ATLANTA, GA — The Center for Produce Safety (CPS) spent a session of their two-day event to delve into the latest developments in ongoing CPS funded research. The symposium gave insights into the future ofContinue Reading CPS research symposium previews research in progress
Daniel Karp, Ph.D., with the University of California-Davis, is examining the prevalence of different wild bird species in agriculture and whether they carry and transmit foodborne pathogens. Karp is also developing a photographic guide to…Continue Reading Researchers look at pathogen risks from wild birds
The effort to improve food safety by clearing wild vegetation surrounding crops is not helping and, in some cases, may even backfire, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of California-Berkeley.
Continue Reading Clearing Vegetation Around Crops Doesn’t Help Reduce Pathogens on Produce