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Growers share food safety wish lists at Forbes AgTech Summit

By Ashley Nickle. This article was originally posted on The Packer on June 28th, 2018 and has been re-posted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to Ashley Nickle and The Packer. SALINAS, Calif. – Better pathogen detection or a kill step would help growers sleep...

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What is Citrus Greening?

This article was originally published on FloridaCitrus.org and has been reposted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to the Florida Citrus website. With more than 90% of Florida Oranges grown to become 100% orange juice, citrus greening has had a profound effect...

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What to Expect (Not to Eat) When Expecting

What to Expect (Not to Eat) When Expecting

By Serena Thomas and Samantha Wright The nine months of pregnancy are supposed to be a magical time. Making sure to keep a healthy lifestyle throughout this period is especially important for both babies and their mothers. A key part of maintaining that healthy...

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After Amerithrax: Biodefense in a post-9/11 America

After Amerithrax: Biodefense in a post-9/11 America

By Matt Davenport. This article was originally published on cen.acs.org and has been reposted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to Matt Davenport as well as the Chemical & Engineering News website. The ringing woke him up. It was years ago, but Tom R....

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6 FAQs About Biosecurity

6 FAQs About Biosecurity

By John Mason. This article was originally published on foodqualityandsafety.com and has been reposted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to John Mason as well as the Food Quality & Safety website. Q: Why are biosecurity-related incidents on the rise in the...

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The 5 Most Common Places to Look for Listeria Monocytogenes

The 5 Most Common Places to Look for Listeria Monocytogenes

By  Kitty Appels & Rob Kooijmans . This article was originally published on FoodSafety-Experts.com and has been reposted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to Kitty Appels and Rob Kooijmans as well as the Food Safety Experts website. Introduction Did you...

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