Food Safety Summit Solutions Stage Presentation  


 
Why Does a Better Pathogen Test Matter? Your Food Safety Decisions are Only as Good as the Data Behind them.  
 
Presented By: Erin Dreyling, PhD Vice President, Research & Scientific Affairs

Every day, food companies use pathogen testing data to accept Dreyling_Picture_150x150.jpgincoming materials, verify process control, and release finished product. Despite the significance of these food safety decisions, many companies do not question the quality of the pathogen testing results being used. This session will discuss the importance of using high quality test data to minimize regulatory and legal risk. Participants will learn important factors to consider when reviewing existing test methods or selecting new technologies. Case studies will be reviewed to demonstrate differences in performance of test methods across product types.    

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