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From: Food Quality & Safety Magazine, 4.10.2012

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Industry, Experts Await FDA Word on Antibiotics in Livestock

Judge ordered agency to begin safety hearings

Livestock experts, consumer groups and the food industry are awaiting a response from the FDA on the use of certain antibiotics, including tetracyclines and penicillin, in animal feed, in the wake of a ruling that the FDA must withdraw approval for the use of these antimicrobials unless the manufacturers can prove their safety for this purpose.

Ripeness Plays Role in Vulnerability of Produce to Salmonella

Pathogen created network of filaments on ripe tomatoes

Foodborne pathogens attach to fruits in different ways depending on their ripeness, according to researchers from Imperial College London, who presented their work at the Society for General Microbiology’s Spring Conference in Dublin, Ireland, in late March.

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