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Is Pre-Cut Salad More Prone to <i>Salmonella</i> Contamination?
Researchers have found evidence that pre-cut bagged salads may encourage Salmonella colonization.
Drug-resistant <i>E. coli</i> Found in Nearly Two-thirds of UK Chicken Samples
Public Health England and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs researchers in the United Kingdom found drug-resistant E. coli in a large number of chicken samples, while much lower rates of contamination were observed in beef and pork samples.
Are Sprouts Making Us Sick?
A recent presentation by US Food and Drug Administration representatives explained why contaminated sprouts continue to be the cause of many food-borne illnesses.
Powerhouse Partnership Aims to Improve Food Safety Practices in China
IBM, Walmart, and Tsinghua University have partnered up to improve food safety practices in China.
Sabra Hummus Products Recalled Due to Possible Contamination
The US Food and Drug Administration has announced that Sabra Dipping Co., LLC has recalled certain hummus products due to concerns about Listeria monocytogenes.
A Sweet Solution to Removing <i>E. coli</i> From Drinking Water
York’s Lassonde School’s Micro and Nano-scale Transport (MNT) Lab researchers have discovered “DipTreat,” a water treatment device capable of detecting and removing E. coli from drinking water.
Researchers Discover New Ways Plasmids Work to Make Bacteria More Resistant
European researchers have found that bacterial DNA molecules called plasmids are driving the evolution of antibiotic resistance in ways previously unknown.
Researchers Awarded for Work on New Tool to Predict Cholera Outbreaks
A team of researchers from Tufts University and the University of Maryland have discovered a way to predict cholera outbreaks using satellite data from coastal waterways.
The new test can differentiate between Lyme disease and 7 other tick-borne diseases.