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Foodborne Pathogens Lurk Behind Harmless Microbes

News   Aug 22, 2019 | Original story from Penn State.

 
Foodborne Pathogens Lurk Behind Harmless Microbes

The research was done in collaboration with the apple industry, in an effort to better understand the microbial ecology of food-processing facilities. The ultimate goal is to identify ways to improve pathogen control in the apple supply chain to avoid foodborne disease outbreaks and recalls of apples and apple products. Credit: Brian Holsclaw.

 
 
 

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