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Research Funded to Help Control Contamination of Low-Moisture Foods

A University of Maine researcher has received a $4.9-million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture to develop ways of using non-thermal technologies to control microbial contamination of low-moisture foods. Dr. Vivian Wu, a professor of food science, will be lead researcher on a five-year project to explore… Continue Reading