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Adapted QRA Model with Epidemic Curve Enhances Root Cause AnalysisAdapted QRA Model with Epidemic Curve Enhances Root Cause Analysis

By Food Safety Tech Staff

Researchers found that the adapted Quantitative Risk Analysis model using Epidemic Curve prediction was able to identify the root cause of a 2019 Salmonella outbreak, providing a new tool for investigators.

 
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Lab Grown Meat Passes Key Safety Hurdle on Path to ApprovalLab Grown Meat Passes Key Safety Hurdle
on Path to Approval

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The FDA has completed its first pre-market consultation for a human food made from cultured animal cells, announcing that it is satisfied with safety of UPSIDE Food’s lab grown poultry product.

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Hardy Diagnostics and Saldesia CorporationFood Hazard Series: Listeria

Sponsored By Hardy Diagnostics and Saldesia Corporation

Listeria has high percentage of fatalities, making detection and mitigation a key concern for the food industry. During this virtual event, experts including food specialist Ryan Dunn, attorney Shawn Stevens and Janet Buffer of the Center for Foodborne Illness for Research and Prevention discuss tangible best practices in listeria detection, mitigation and control.

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FDAFDA Announces Publication of Final Traceability Rule and Informational Webinar

By Food Safety Tech Staff

On December 7, The FDA will hold an informational webinar on the recently released Food Traceability Rule, which was published in the Federal Register on November 21, 2022.

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Emily Newton, Revolutionized magazineFive Ways Restaurants Can Use Technology to
Improve Food Safety

By Emily Newton, Revolutionized magazine

Food safety is a growing concern among consumers. Restaurants can reduce food safety risks in their establishments by implementing technology in these five areas.

Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied NutritionFDA Commits $41M to Support the Joint Institute for
Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

By Food Safety Tech Staff

JIFSAN is an FDA Center of Excellence combining the expertise of the federal agency with University of Maryland researchers to promote research, education and outreach in food safety, security and applied nutrition.

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Rapid Detection of Pathogens in Infant Food using the Assurance® GDS SystemRapid Detection of Pathogens in Infant Food using the Assurance® GDS System

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Over 90% of Cronobacter sakazakii infections in infants have been epidemiologically linked to powdered infant formulas. This pathogen is responsible for severe meningitis in newborns and babies. Likewise, some reported Salmonella epidemics in infants have been related to Salmonella-contaminated infant formula. To avoid contaminated food products reaching the market, infant formula production has been stringently regulated.

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