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Mérieux NutriSciences’ Scientist Publishes Food Safety Study in International Journal of Food Microbiology

Posted by Pam Coleman

February 16, 2017 at 10:00 AM

food_safety_study_blog.jpegI once jokingly said during a presentation that there were at least 10 ways to sabotage your food pathogen testing program. While no conscientious food safety leader would set out to negatively impact their own program, the high attention to detail and constant organizational discipline required for an effective testing program leave some room for error. If any small step is not well designed and expertly executed, then your entire program may be worthless - or worse - may cost you millions due to a recall or human illnesses. One factor in particular that manufacturers need to focus their attention on is the reliability of their pathogen sampling and compositing (pooling) strategy, as well as the applicability of their pathogen method. Specifically, what test portion should be taken to ensure accurate results, and what method should be used when testing for the presence of pathogens?

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Topics: Salmonella, Food Safety, Microbiology,, Food Testing, Research, Pathogens, International Journal of Food Microbiology, Sampling, Pathogen Testing


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