The assay uses LAMP technology to overcome complex instrumentation requirements.
The recall is an expansion of a one issued just two months ago.
Thus far a total of 164 cases have been reported across 35 states, with one death, according to CDC.
Take your food allergen control plan further by establishing cleaning validation and verification procedures.
One recall in particular involves nearly 7 million pounds of raw beef products.
With allergies becoming an increasing health problem globally, the need to have an allergen control plan has never been more critical.
Thus far, 467 lab-confirmed cases of the parasitic infection have been connected to salads from McDonald’s restaurants.
Almost there! Take Part IV and stay tuned for the test results at this year’s Food Safety Consortium.
USDA-FSIS says a single supplier of the products (or live turkeys) hasn’t yet been identified.
The agency will be using 3M’s instruments and kits for detecting Salmonella, Listeria monocytogenes and E. coli O157.