The bacterium that sickened more than 400 across the U.S. and killed three is resistant to many sterilization techniques
New approaches are needed to protect the food supply
Tracking packages and food sources would lead to faster recalls and lessen contamination risks
Technology exists that destroys disease-causing bacteria in food. We use it more--and in some cases, less--than you might think
You wouldn’t think peanut butter could have such long-lasting, ill effects, but the company whose peanut products caused a nationwide outbreak of salmonella infections is now recalling everything it has manufactured at its contaminated Blakely, Ga., plant since January 1, 2007...
A new tool tracks diseases, contaminants and other threats as they occur worldwide
Some 79 people in 21 states have been sickened with a bacterial infection linked to contaminated pet food — the first time human Salmonella enterica illness has been traced to a contaminated animal food plant...