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The Role of Organic Matrices (dried turkey manure) in the Contamination and Survival of Salmonella spp. on Baby Spinach Leaves
Microbiological safety of fresh produce has attracted attention due to constant produce outbreaks. Manure contaminated with enteric pathogens has been identified as a major pre-harvest contamination source. This study ...
ASSESSMENT OF PREHARVEST MICROBIAL QUALITY OF CANTALOUPES AND PUBLIC HEALTH RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH CANTALOUPES CONTAMINATED WITH LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES
Cantaloupe has been recognized as a common vehicle for foodborne infections among fresh produce commodities. A severe multistate outbreak of <italic>Listeria monocytogenes</italic> associated with the consumption of whole ...
USE OF RISK ASSESSMENT MODELING TECHNIQUES TO DEVELOP QUANTITATIVE RISK-BASED HAZARD ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL CONTROL POINT (RB-HACCP) PLANS
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is the internationally recognized system to assure the safety of food products and the foundation of food safety programs worldwide. However, its success is limited by its ...
Development of machine learning and advanced data analytical techniques to incorporate genomic data in predictive modeling for Salmonella enterica
The past few decades have seen a renaissance in the field of food safety, with the increasing usage of genomic data (e.g., whole genome sequencing (WGS)) in determining the cause of microbial foodborne illness, particularly ...