listeria

Does listeria develop resistance to sanitizers?

With little data on whether Listeria monocytogenes develops tolerance to commonly used sanitizers, debates continue on whether or how frequently proce... continue reading »

Study shows nanobubbles disrupt pathogens like E. coli, listeria

Moleaer, a leading nanobubble technology company, in partnership with researchers from Virginia Tech University, have successfully evaluated and concl... continue reading »

Produce leaders release report on leafy greens traceability pilots

A group of six industry organizations released a report outlining four months of leafy green traceability pilots with supply chain partners, including... continue reading »

Researchers look at produce distribution centers as possible food contamination risks

Numerous research projects have examined potential risks from foodborne pathogens in field-grown produce as well as in packinghouses, but little work ... continue reading »

Researchers seek field tool to refine sampling, sanitation intervals

Clemson University researchers are working to develop a user-friendly tool that can predict biofilm behavior in stone fruit packinghouses and produce ... continue reading »

Country Fresh extends cut fruit recall from Walmart in central U.S.

Country Fresh is extending its voluntary recall issued on Oct. 2, 2020 to include various containers of "Freshness Guaranteed" cut and/or sliced apple... continue reading »

Dilution Solutions announces new peracetic acid control panel for wash water

Dilution Solutions has announced a new peracetic acid (PAA) control panel designed to minimize the spread of pathogens, such as E. coli and listeria, ... continue reading »

Citrus, potatoes recalled by Freshouse due to possible listeria contamination

Freshouse II LLC of Salisbury, North Carolina, is recalling the following specific production lots, brands and weights of Valencia Oranges, Lemons, Li... continue reading »

Cornell scientist looks to fill gaps in listeria knowledge

Whole genome sequencing (WGS), also known as genetic fingerprinting, has increasingly been used to trace foodborne disease outbreaks to their sources.... continue reading »

TOMRA group has food traceability technology solutions

End-to-end traceability in the food supply chain can do more than safeguard against potential disasters, particularly at the processing stage. Geo... continue reading »