In January 1993, a large number of individuals in the northwest region of the United States became ill after consuming undercooked ground beef at a fast food restaurant. The organism responsible for the widespread outbreak of foodborne illness was identified as Escherichia coli 0157:H7, commonly referred to as hemorrhagic E. coli. At least one death was associated with this outbreak.
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The organism, Escherichia coli 0157:H7, also known as hemorrhagic E. coli, causes an illness known as hemorrhagic colitis.READ MORE
Potable (drinking) water samples for human consumption must adhere to current regulations for analyzation, including sample bottle type, and time.READ MORE
Download a copy of Risk Assessment and Food Quality consultant, Julie Neuhalfen’s, presentation from our 2018 Voices in Food Production Symposium. Julie spoke in depth about the procedures and practices one must go through when applying for risk assessment.READ MORE