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Researchers investigate what causes cattle to shed shiga toxin...

Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) are foodborne pathogens spread largely by cattle, that can cause hemorrhagic colitis and kidney failure. In an effort to find ways of reducing this problem, Michigan State University investigators show ... PhysOrg.com, 1 month ago
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U.N. officials say food safety is entwined with food security

(Before It's News) Few threats addressed by the United Nations are as undiscriminating as foodborne pathogens, which don't honor international borders or differentiate between first- and third-world status. Similarly few threats addressed by ...
 Before It's News1 month ago FSIS updates nation's food safety system  Western Farmer-Stockman3 weeks ago US poultry processors face new pathogen standards  WATTAgNet.com2 months ago USDA Announces Changes to Improve Humane Handling of Veal Calves  Food Safety and Inspection Service1 week ago
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Genetic optimization of a bacteriophage-delivered alkaline phosphatase reporter to detect Escherichia coli

A large fraction of foodborne illnesses are linked to (~46%) leafy green vegetables contaminated by pathogens harbored in agricultural water. To prevent this, accurate point-of-production detection tools are required to identify and quantify ...
 RSC3 weeks ago

Don't let foodborne pathogens poison summer celebrations

(Before It's News) While youre enjoying the Fourth of July holiday with picnics, barbecues, traveling to see family and friends, or just relaxingat home, rememberto includesafe food handling practices to help keepfoodborne pathogens out ofthe ...
 Before It's News3 weeks ago

Creating More Effective Product Recalls by Improving Traceability

Each year, an estimated 48 million Americans get sick -- sometimes mortally -- from an all-too common source: foodborne pathogens. Even as the industry looks for ways to curb outbreaks, a new University of Notre Dame study finds that just being able ...
 ScienceNewsline1 month ago Creating More Effective Recalls by Improving Traceability  USAgNet1 month ago
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Risk Assessment of Foodborne Illness Associated With Pathogens From Produce Grown in Fields Amended With Untreated Biological Soil Amendments of Animal Origin

The sixth volume of the Public Papers of President Barack Obama is now available. These volumes are produced right here at the Office of the Federal Register (OFR) by our... Continue reading → Posted by Miriam Vincent on March 24, 2016 Were ...
 Federal Register4 weeks ago

USDA: Reports Six Highest Foodborne Pathogens Per Case Costs And/Or Total Economic Burden

Economic Research Service (ERS) reports: Both the total economic burden of a disease and the severity of individual cases are important indicators of how serious the disease is. ERS estimates the aggregate economic burden of 15 major foodborne ...
 Agri Marketing1 month ago

European Mission: Reduce Campylobacter in Pre-Harvest Broiler Chickens

As with other foodborne pathogen reduction strategies, the primary focus for controlling Campylobacter contamination in broiler chicken meat is on sanitation in the processing and retailing sectors. While there is large variation in published data ...
 Food Quality1 month ago

Complete genome sequence of Vibrio parahaemolyticus strain FORC_008, a foodborne pathogen from a flounder fish in South Korea

Suyeon Kim Department of Agricultural Biotechnology, Center for Food Safety and Toxicology, Seoul National University, Seoul 08826, Republic of Korea Han Young Chung Department of Agricultural Biotechnology, Center for Food Safety and ...
 Pathogens and Disease2 months ago

How to prevent foodborne illness at your summer barbecues

Summer means outdoor meals in the hot summer sun for many. However, backyard barbecues and high temperatures make the ideal breeding ground for bacteria in food. One in six Americans suffer from foodborne illness each year, resulting in roughly ...
 FOXNews.com1 week ago STOP Foodborne Illness Wants You to Have a Food-Safe BBQ  BioSpace1 month ago
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