A research project supported by the Center for Produce Safety aims to shed light on pathogen risks in controlled environment agriculture.
Ana Allende, with the CEBAS-CSIC in Spain, is leading a project to provide the industry with science-based information from which it can develop risk-reduction and sanitation programs, according to a news release.
“This project should bring some new data never before provided," Allende said in the release. "It has a focus on analysis of the risk factors and sampling points. It will give information on how the industry should move on testing, understanding the results, and in case it’s needed, control measures.”
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