Microbial Safety of Fresh Produce

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Xuetong Fan, Brendan A. Niemira, Christopher J. Doona, Florence E. Feeherry, Robert B. Gravani
Wiley, Aug 7, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 464 pages
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Microbial Safety of Fresh Produce covers all aspects of produce safety including pathogen ecology, agro-management, pre-harvest and post-harvest interventions, and adverse economic impacts of outbreaks. This most recent edition to the IFT Press book series examines the current state of the problems associated with fresh produce by reviewing the recent, high-profile outbreaks associated with fresh-produce, including the possible internalization of pathogens by plant tissues, and understanding how human pathogens survive and multiply in water, soils, and fresh fruits and vegetables.

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About the author (2009)

Xuetong Fan, PhD, is a Research Food Technologist with the Food Safety Intervention Technologies Research Unit at USDA-ARS, Eastern Regional Research Center in Wyndmoor, PA.

Brendan A. Niemira, PhD, is the Lead Scientist of the Produce safety Research Project in the Food Safety Intervention Technologies Research Unit at the USDA-ARS Eastern Regional Research Center in Wyndmoor, PA.

Christopher J. Doona, PhD, serves as Research Chemist for the Food Safety and Defense Team (FSDT), DoD Combat Feeding Directorate, Natick Soldier RD&E Center in Massachusetts carrying out research relating to food stabilization methods, predictive microbial modeling ion foods, novel nonthermal food processing technologies such as high pressure, and controlled chemical heating.

Florence E. Feeherry serves as Research Microbiologist for FSDT, DoD Combat Feeding Directorate, NSC in Natick, MA.

Robert B. Gravani, PhD, is a Professor of Food Science and Director of the National Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) program at Cornell University.

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