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Effective food safety is a matter of using many tools on many fronts, and the more tools we can use and the more effective they are, the better. While standard methods of safeguarding cleanliness and safety along the entire supply chain will never diminish in importance, new biotechnologies have the…
Research has found a seasonal variation and suggests water as a source of contamination By Kimberly Sheppard, Research Co-ordinator Campylobacter jejuni is the number one cause of food poisoning. In humans, Campylobacter causes diarrhea, often with fever, severe abdominal pain and cramping. In chicken, Campylobacter naturally infects the bowel with…
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