Fresh food industry defends vs. pathogens

Murray, Joan
November 1998
FoodService Director;11/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p44
Trade Publication
Part III. Cites the United States produce industry's initiatives to prevent fresh produce contamination. Possible sources of pathogens; Soil sterilization techniques; Source of water used for irrigation; Compost and other bio-solid; Temperature monitoring; Aspects of the Food and Drug Administration's Guide to Minimize Microbial Contaminants in Produce. INSETS: Standards or guidelines?;Truck temperatures are critical.


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