From: Food Quality Magazine, 4.26.2011
Web-based center offers resources for keeping the public informed about food safety
Wondering how to talk about food risk with your customers? Now all the resources that provide guidance on how to do just that can be found on a new website.
Array of tiny electrodes generates an identifiable electrical signal
A new nanotechnology-based biosensor now under development is another entry in the ever-growing race to speed the detection of pathogens such as E. coli, Salmonella, and Listeria in food and water supplies.