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Features: Vibrios and Human Health

Testing new depuration protocols to reduce the rate of Vibrio-related illnesses from oysters

Features: Safeguarding Against False Test Results

Salmonella and Campylobacter impact a number of large food industries, forcing the need to deploy testing solutions that ensure the safety of products and the well-being of consumers

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News: Food Safety Market to Top $14,030 Million in Five Years

The global food safety testing market will reach over $14,000 million in revenue, at a growth rate of 7.2 percent annually, by 2018, according to a new report from the Dallas-based global market research company MarketsandMarkets. This compares with $9,262.3 million in 2012. North America has 40 percent of that market share, and will reach more than $4,000 million by 2018, the report predicted.

Features: Reducing the Unique Risks in Sprouts

Best practices for sampling and microbial testing during sprout production  

Departments: Mass Appeal: What's Hot in Contract Lab Services

More contract labs are working with mass spectrometry as they feel the pressure of providing quicker and more efficient results

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News: High Levels of Resistant Organisms Found in Meat

More than half the samples of ground beef, ground turkey, and pork chops tested by a national health surveillance program contained one or more bacteria resistant to at least one antibiotic, according to an analysis of the test results. The analysis, released April 15 by a nonprofit group, has raised alarms about these findings, but a FDA spokeswoman says the analysis “oversimplifies” the surveillance results.

Features: Re-Evaluating Additives on the GRAS List

Are there food additives once considered safe that should now be banned?

Features: Specialized Materials Analysis Training

Specialized materials analysis training programs can meet the requirements for possible forthcoming FDA training mandates

Departments: Future of Produce Testing in Question

The expense of detective work and exemptions for smaller farms might be a hindrance despite the availability of better and faster assays.

Departments: Identity That Goes with the Grain

Systems that track certain varieties start with certified seed and end with traceable, high-quailty ingredients

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