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Features: The N-Halamine Suit of Armor

As a result of highly publicized foodborne illness outbreaks, demand continues to increase for hygienic surfaces, capable of persistent antimicrobial action. There are many approaches to built-in antimicrobial technology, and some of these applications are timely and cost-effective to implement.

Departments: The Lowdown on Lauric Arginate

As more and more food products are produced on a large industrial scale and distributed over extensive geographic areas, the concerns regarding quality and food safety throughout the shelf life of the product have become more and more critical. Effective control of bacterial growth is a constant concern due to the risk of spoilage and food-borne disease. The federal government continually estimates that 76 million cases of foodborne illnesses occur each year in the U.S. alone, resulting in 300,000...

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