Near-infrared spectroscopy is being used to discover distant stars, but it can also help farms and food processors improve their products. Learn how NIR technologies are being used in the food industry to improve shelf life and prevent food adulteration.
New data on the occurrence of Salmonella contamination in poultry, which revealed changes in the most common serotypes, an increase in antimicrobial resistant isolates and shifting seasonal patterns, have led the FSIS to announce a review of its 2015 standards.
Data analysis can help identify potential foodborne illness outbreaks more quickly, reduce food fraud and improve internal safety practices.
Breeding and editing crops will help meet growing hunger in a world short on resources.
In the era of newer probiotic organisms, asking the right questions is crucial.
FDA answers more general questions surrounding the program.
FDA’s Eric Brown, Ph.D. and Marc Allard, Ph.D. explain in detail how FDA’s program for characterizing foodborne pathogens works in a two part column.
Now we have a tool for sighting more meaningful indicators, microbiomes.
A Q&A about how this tool can be applied to microbiology and safe food production.
A guide through the genomics language barrier.