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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

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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Food Safety and Cannabis Edibles

By Betty Wedman-St Louis, Ph.D. This article was originally published on FoodSafetyMagazine.com and has been reposted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to Dr. Betty Wedman-St Louis and the Food Safety Magazine website.  Cannabis has been used as an oral...

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Modern Buildings Need Bioterror Protection

By Cooper Temple In the modern age, simple building security is, unfortunately, no longer enough. Gone are the days when a security guard could mitigate all threats simply through force. Instead, large businesses and government institutions must now additionally be...

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Most Common Foodborne Pathogens

By Taylor Wolfram. This article was originally published on EatRight.org and has been reposted to the PathSensors blog. All credit goes to Taylor Wolfram, MS, RDN, LDN, and the EatRight website.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,...

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Dangerous Prison Mail – What this Means for Your Business

Dangerous Prison Mail – What This Means for Your Business This post was originally published by Soma Martin at SoBran Inc, a PathSensors partner. All credit goes to Soma Martin and SoBran Inc. "The Postal Service, which touts itself as the most trusted government...

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