Hardys R&D department releases HardyCHROM™ SS for the detection of both Salmonella and Shigella from stool cultures by utilizing chromogenic substances in the culture media. This is the first and only medium that will identify both of these pathogens and differentiate them from non-pathogens, such as Proteus. In the past, time and money was wasted... Read more »
New clean rooms are opened in Springboro, Ohio. Over $2 million is spent on the state-of-the-art manufacturing facility that will provide culture media to Hardys customers in the Midwest and Atlantic Seaboard.
Hardy Diagnostics becomes an authorized distributor of Sartorius, world renowned for its excellent liquid filtering equipment. The Sartorius products are used for the microbial examination of water, sterile fluids, beverages, etc.
Chris Massey is hired to manage the Research and Development Department.
Carrot Broth™ and GBS Detect™ sales continue to grow worldwide. The product is now CE marked for sales in Europe. The CDC has included Carrot Broth™ in its recommended procedures for the detection of Group B Strep in pregnant women.
Hardy Diagnostics becomes a certified “Green Business” and is recognized by the County of Santa Barbara, California for its many efforts in preserving our planet for future generations.
The AnaeroGRO™ product line for anaerobes continues to be become more popular with microbiologists. A recent study showed that AnaeroGRO™ outperformed other products on the market.