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Linking the Global Food Chain and $2.9 Billion in Food Microbiology Testing
Date:8/29/2013

owledge and understand the variances, and use that knowledge to ensure that all inputs to the food chain are monitored through a well defined, consistent and clearly documented approach. The implementation of Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) in the U.S. is a step in that direction.

Ultimately, the food industry is still responsible—and continues to be on the leading edge of important food safety practices and technologies. Certainly the majority of people around the world still rely on food producers to keep their products safe. Still, problems occur even at factories utilizing optimum food testing programs.

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