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Global Food Safety Testing Industry
Date:3/20/2013

o Rule the Roost II-11Rapid Microbial Diagnostics Attractive for Food Processors II-11Novel Testing Technologies to Spur Growth II-12SERS Technique - An Alternative to PFGE II-12Non-O157 STEC Pathogens: Focus of Testing Companies II-12Process Testing to Gain Prominence II-13Smart Labels and Tags Boost Consumer Confidence II-14Liquid Chromatography Gains Space in Food Safety Testing II-14Children More Prone to Food Borne Diseases II-14China Strives to Set Right Tainted Image II-15Trade Barriers Lock Multinational Firms Out of Food SafetyDiagnostics Market II-15Impact of EU Regulations on Food Testing II-15US Government Opposes Labeling GM Foods II-16Nanotechnology in Food Testing II-16Biosensors to Become Integral to Food Safety Testing II-16Biotechnology and Bioinformatics - The Backbone of New TestingTechnologies II-16

3. AN INSIGHT INTO FOOD SAFETY II-18

Introduction II-18

Common Causes of Food Contamination II-18

Top Ten Pathogens Attributed to Food Borne Diseases II-18

An Overview of Select Pathogens II-19

Campylobacter II-19

E.coli O157:H7 II-19

Salmonella II-19

Listeria II-19

Other Pathogenic Forms II-19

Measures Recommended for Ensuring Safety of Food Products II-20

Storage of Food Products II-20

Proper Preparation of Food II-20

Prevention of Cross Contamination II-20

Hygienic Environment in the Kitchen II-21

Removing Food Contaminants II-21

Food Irradiation II-21

Ultra-High Pressure Technology II-21

Ozone Treatment II-21

Steam Pasteurization II-22

Fumigation II-22

Food Coating Technology II-22

4. FOOD SAFETY TESTING: PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-23What is Food Safety Testing? II-23Pathogen Testing II-23Pesticide Testing II-23GMO Testing II-23Food Safety Testing - A Comprehensive Overview II-23Microbiological Tests II-23Pathogen Testing II-24Simple, Efficient and Fast Testing II-24Nucleic Acid Analysis II-24R
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