So in the final slide, how do you ensure that you get reliable and trusted results from any testing laboratory for microbiological methods? Well, firstly, make sure that methods used are validated methods. The new methods have been validated according to standards such as ISO 16140-2, and have they been independently certified by an organisation such as MicroVal or indeed AFNOR or AOAC. Secondly, when you look at that validation certificate, are the foods that are being tested included in the scope of the validation? If you're testing dairy products, are you sure that dairy is included in the scope of validation, or meat, or whatever. So make sure that the methods are included in the scope. And when it comes to the testing laboratory, make sure that the lab has verified that they can use those methods in their own hands. Now any accredited laboratory will have had to have done verification. This will have been done in a variety of ways in the past, but in the future, we're going to see a greater use of that other standard, ISO 16140-3, the verification of methods in single laboratories. And that's going to be the way it will be done in the future. So make sure methods have been verified, to show that the user laboratory can use them properly and get correct results. And finally, of course, I've talked about laboratory accreditation. Are the laboratories accredited according to the requirements of ISO 17025, the laboratory accreditation standard? And that standard will show that the quality systems and equipment etc. are in place and be used properly in those labs. And indeed, that the methods are included in the scope of the labs’ accreditation. So, are they accredited for those particular methods you wish them to use? By employing those four different approaches, you will be able to ensure that you get reliable, trusted and correct results from microbiological testing laboratories. Thank you very much.