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Accelerated Analytical Labs, which ensures food quality control for regional, national and global food producers, Selected the GENE-UP® Real Time PCR Molecular Testing Platform and Has Witnessed a dramatic improvement in Test Sensitivity, Quality and Speed of Results.
Comparison of TEMPO BC and MYP Plate Methods for the Enumeration of Bacillus cereus in Various FoodsDa Yeon Lee, Hee Yeon Kim1 , and Yong Sun Cho*
Korea Food Research Institute, Food Analysis Center, Seongnam, Korea1KOTITI Testing & Research Institute, Microorganism Analysis Team, Seongnam, Korea(Received March 22, 2017/Revised May 10, 2017/Accepted July 19, 2017)
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Norovirus (and other waterborne viruses) can enter ocean habitat from sewage outflows or through waste discharged. Noroviruses are highly contagious. Good Aquaculturing Practice, Good Hygiene Practice, and Good manufacturing Practice are key to prevent foodborne virus outbreaks.
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BCN Research Laboratories is a food, beverage, and water testing laboratory located in Rockford, Tennessee that has been providing unparalleled service to the food and beverage processing industry since 1988.
In early 2016, they realized an immediate need to find and implement new technology to keep up with their growing business and its everincreasing demands, while eliminating frustrating and costly false positive results.
In February 2017, RASFF (Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed) published an alert implicating semi-dried tomatoes contaminated with norovirus. Originating from Italy, semi-dried tomatoes in sunflower oil were delivered to the Czech Republic who detected foodborne viruses (Norovirus). Both...
The five recent RASFF (Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed) Foodborne Virus alerts in 2017 are a good reminder of the risks caused by norovirus in bivalve molluscs.