Milk Test Kit For Milk And Dairy Product

Milk Test Kit For Dairy Product

Milk Test Kit For Dairy Industry

10 years ago, the “toxin milk powder” outbreak in whole country, the local dairy producers were facing how to make sure the milk source is security or not? There were a big problem at that time, lack of detection methods, huge investment for the equipment, high cost for the screening. BALLYA had decided to develop a new rapid test to detect drugs residues in milk and dairy products to protect the human being to have security drinking milk. We had successfully launched MILK TEST KIT for dairy industry with the single test series as below:

List of Milk Test Kit

BALLYA Milk Test Kit

Type of Milk Test KIt

Now, we have 2 Sensors, 3 Sensors and 4 Sensors
2 Sensors
β-lactam+tetracyclines combo test
β-lactam+Cephalexin combo test
Quinolones+Erythromycin combo test
β-lactam+Melamine combo test
Tetracyclines+Melamine combo test
Chloramphenicol+Melamine combo test

We also develop new MILK TEST KIT according to customer’s requirement.

3 Sensors
β-lactam, tetracyclines, Streptomycin Combo test

β-lactam, tetracyclines, Cephalexin Combo test

β-lactam, tetracyclines, Gentamicin Combo test

β-lactam, tetracyclines, Lincomycin Combo test

β-lactam, tetracyclines, Chloramphenicol Combo test

β-lactam, tetracyclines, Tiamphenicole Combo test

We also develop new product according to customer’s requirement.

4 Sensors
β-lactam, tetracyclines, Streptomycin, Chloramphenicol Combo test

Lincomycin, Macrolides, Quinolones, Erythromycin Combo test

Neomycin, Kanamycin, Spectinomycin, Gentamycin Combo test

We also develop new MILK TEST KIT according to customer’s requirement.

Our Market
Over 10 years developed, our products had sold to over 40 countries. The products meet up local country’s requirement.

Our Technology
How to develop rapid test based on immuno-chromatography?
How to develop lateral flow assay rapid test?

Our Supplies
Rapid Test
Antigen vs Antibody
IVD Supplies
Milk Test Kit

About Dairy

Dairy definition

Dairy products: refers to the use of cow's milk or goat's milk and its processed products as the main raw materials, with or without the addition of appropriate amounts of vitamins, minerals and other auxiliary materials, using the conditions required by laws and regulations and standards, processed into various Foods, also called cream products.

Milk source

All dairy products are made from milk, so the quality of the dairy product determines the quality of the dairy product. So how to choose a good milk source?

In general, the most important thing in choosing a milk source is to choose the right milk farm and cows.
The environment of the dairy farm and milk factory plays an important role in the growth and production of dairy cows. A dairy farm with a good environment can produce more high-quality milk. Different breeds of cows have different quality of milk, so you should choose the one that suits you best.

Dairy nutrition

Milk and dairy products are healthy foods and are considered nutrient-rich because they can be a good source of calcium and vitamin D, as well as protein and other essential nutrients. They provide phosphorus, potassium, magnesium and vitamin A, B12 and riboflavin 1.

Among them calcium milk, yogurt and cheese are significant but most people don't get enough calcium or vitamin D 2 every day. Getting the recommended three servings of dairy products daily can help increase bone mass and improve bone health throughout the life cycle.

To meet daily calcium requirements, most people should drink two to three glasses of milk or a serving of dairy products per day. There are many ways to ensure that you eat healthy every day and get enough milk and dairy products. Start with a healthy cereal, milk and fruit breakfast or yogurt parfait, add cheese to lunch or afternoon snacks, and then consider pudding or hot chocolate made with milk as an evening dessert.

Calcium in milk is easily absorbed and used in the body, which is why milk and dairy products are a reliable and economical source of calcium3.

A protein and vitamin D-rich diet helps bone health. Due to their high protein, vitamin D and calcium content, dairy products are ideal for maintaining strong bones.

A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products, while reducing saturated fat, is as effective as some drugs in lowering blood pressure in people with elevated blood pressure. It has also been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes1.

Cultured dairy products such as yogurt contain probiotics that provide a variety of health benefits. Probiotics in the diet can enhance the beneficial bacteria in the gut, improve health, and reduce the risk of certain diseases.

Dairy products list

Dairy foods are very common in daily life, and there are many types of dairy products. Let's take a look at what types of dairy products are available!

Liquid milk

Liquid milk is fresh milk produced by healthy cows. After being effectively heat-sterilized, it is packaged and sold as drinking milk. According to the definition of the International Dairy Federation (IDF), liquid milk (liquid milk) is the general term for pasteurized milk, sterilized milk and yogurt.

Milk powder

Milk powder is a powder made by removing water from animal milk, and it is suitable for preservation. Milk powder is prepared by processing fresh milk or goat's milk as raw materials, using frozen or heated methods to remove almost all the moisture in the milk, and adding appropriate amounts of vitamins and minerals after drying.

Condensed milk

Condensed milk is a milk product that is made from fresh milk or goat's milk after being sterilized and concentrated. It is characterized by long-term storage.
Generally, fresh milk is concentrated by vacuum or other methods to remove most of the moisture, concentrated to about 25% to 40% of the original volume of dairy products, and then added to 40% sucrose cans. Condensed milk is too sweet and must be diluted with 5-8 times water. But when the sweetness meets the requirements, often the concentration of protein and fat is also reduced by half compared to fresh milk. If water is added to condensed milk so that the concentration of protein and fat is close to fresh milk, then the sugar content will be higher.

Milk fats

Including cream for cakes, common cream for bread, etc. Cream refers to dairy products made by centrifuging milk to obtain cream, which is matured, stirred, and pressed. Cream is based on milk fat and is rich in nutrients. It can be eaten directly or used as a raw material for other foods such as ice cream.


It is a fermented milk product. Its properties are similar to common yogurts. They are made through fermentation. They also contain lactic acid bacteria that can be healthy. However, the concentration of cheese is higher than yogurt, which is similar to solid food. Nutrition The value is therefore richer.
Each kilogram of cheese products is concentrated from 10 kilograms of milk, which is rich in nutrients such as protein, calcium, fat, phosphorus and vitamins. It is pure natural food. In terms of technology, cheese is fermented milk; in terms of nutrition, cheese is concentrated milk.

Ice cream

Ice cream is made of drinking water, milk, milk powder, cream (or vegetable oil), sugar, etc. as the main raw materials, and is added with an appropriate amount of food additives, and is made by mixing, sterilizing, homogenizing, aging, freezing, hardening and other processes. Frozen food.

Other dairy products

The seventh category is other dairy products. Including casein, lactose, milk tablets and so on.

Is dairy bad for you?

Dairy intolerance

Dairy intolerance also known as lactose intolerance, lactose indigestion or lactose malabsorption, refers to a state in which the body does not produce lactose that breaks down lactose. It is an innate genetic expression that occurs frequently in Asia. Because the patient's intestine cannot secrete enzymes that break down lactose, lactose is digested and absorbed, which is used by the human body. Lactose will be broken down by bacteria in the intestine into lactic acid, which will destroy the alkaline environment of the intestine, and make the intestine secrete a large amount of alkaline digestive juice to neutralize lactic acid. So prone to mild diarrhea.

Dairy allergy

Dairy allergies involve the immune system: If you have an immune system, your body reacts to proteins in milk and other dairy products as if they were dangerous invaders. It releases substances that cause allergic symptoms. This allergic reaction can be mild (rash) to severe (dyspnea, loss of consciousness).
Dairy allergies are one of the most common allergies, especially in children. Two out of every 100 children under 4 years of age are allergic to milk. More common in infants.


Dairy products are already closely related to our lives. The variety of dairy products also gives us more ways to think about using them. The demand for dairy products is increasing, and the demand for milk is also increasing, which has also led to the rise of dairy farming. In the dairy farming industry, many farmers use a variety of antibiotics to treat or prevent dairy cow disease. Although this method is effective, excessive use may lead to various bad results, such as cattle disease. Antibiotic resistance and problems with antibiotic residues in milk. In response to this situation, Ballya made many milk test kit on dairy antibiotics, and eventually developed a variety of dairy antibiotics rapid test kits. The test results of these kits comply with EU standards, which is not only simple to operate, but also short-term and highly accurate. Ballya will do more and more in-depth research on dairy product testing in the future.

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