According to the South African Bureau of Standards , heat-treated milk should not contain colonies exceeding 50 cfu/[cm.
What does SABS stand for?
SABS stands for South African Bureau of Standards
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We have 59 other meanings of SABS in our Acronym Attic
- Surveillance and Automated Business Reporting Engine
- Synergistic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine (Reaction Engines Ltd.)
- Ship Alteration Budget Reporting and Evaluation System
- South African Banking Risk Information Centre
- SADC (Southern Africa Development Community) Bean Research Network
- Space Atmospheric Burst Reporting System
- Standard Accounting, Budgeting and Reporting System
- San Antonio Blues Society (San Antonio, TX)
- Search and Booking System (travel)
- Soiuz aktivnoi bor’bys samoderzhaviem
- South Atlantic Blockading Squadron (US Civil War)
- St. Andrews Biological Station (Canada)
- Subscriber Administration and Billing System
- Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture
- Sisters and Brothers Surviving AIDS
- South Area Black Student Association (Ohio State University)
- South Australia Baseball Scorers Association (est. 1976)
- Seattle Alliance of Black School Educators (Washington)
- Scottish Association of Building Standards Managers
- South Atlantic Bight Synoptic Offshore Observational Network
Samples in periodicals archive:
Despite approaches to the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS), by SASA, very little has been achieved in this regard.
It follows a scandal in which South African company Zalatex was found to have bribed an official of the South African Bureau of Standards to approve defective condoms.
Circle #197 (1) In early 2005, the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) was so surprised with the accuracy of a Calibron Prover that was brought into their laboratory by Calibron's South African sales agent, Liquid Automation Systems, that they believed their NIST-certified scale had become faulty.
The Taxi Association itself immediately called a foul, protesting that the 25,000 recently-imported vehicles were approved by the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS), and it cannot understand why they were given the thumbs down by Fifa and, obliquely, by the government.