Pathogen Detection in Spice Products

Like other raw agricultural products, spices and seasonings can carry a risk of contamination. Challenges such as microbial pathogens from their environment (soil, animals, birds, humans) and even irrigation water can all play a part in the risk of contamination. Ensuring the product is pathogen free is a distinct challenge to the complex supply chain. 

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In the past five years about 10% of the total FDA recalls have been associated with spices and in nearly all cases it has been due to Salmonella contamination.

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