A Connecticut company has reportedly raised more than $12 million in startup capital to further develop and refine its technology to more quickly detect foodborne pathogens in the supply chain. Ancera Inc., based in in Branford, CT, plans to launch this summer a small printer-sized instrument called the Piper to help identify the presence of pathogens on produce, poultry or other foods. http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photos-salmonella-concept-illustration-depicting-sign-image35373118The system is designed to assist quality control staff without any biology training to check for Salmonella and other contaminants at various points in the supply chain, according to CEO and company founder Arjun Ganesan. He said Ancera’s
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