New Sensor Detects Pathogens in Meats
Field tests were scheduled to start in November, for a three-to-six month period at the Gold Kist plant, Carrollton, GA. Initial tests will be on poultry, but the study may be expanded to include red meat, seafoods and dairy products, including soft cheeses such as Brie. No word yet on when the device will hit the commercial market.
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