Michael Reckowsky

The importance of protecting our food supply from natural and intentional microbiological, chemical, and physical contamination is acknowledged throughout the food industry. Members of academia, government, and industry have dedicated much time throughout the past decades to the development of food safety programs on the farm, in the processing plant, and in consumers’ homes. Naturally occurring foodborne pathogens continue to be an industry nemesis, but programs developed have significantly red…

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