The landscape of food safety is rapidly evolving in not only the beef industry, but beyond. Recent outbreaks and recalls are impacting businesses and consumers like never before. New sampling technologies and analytical advancements are being developed to help the industry answer evolving and urgent needs. Where are the gaps and opportunities? What regulatory changes are anticipated that are poised to drive change?
Join bioMerieux and experts Dr. Keith Belk and Dr. Hua Yang for a live interactive conversation from the renowned JBS Global Food Innovation Center at Colorado State University as we candidly explore these important topics.
- Understand the impact of recent outbreaks on microbial testing and the regulations
- Explore new technologies and applications to produce safer product
- Generate ideas on what the future holds for food safety
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Safety Summit Meeting Summaries
Follow the link above to view meeting summaries from all Beef Industry Safety Summits since 2005.
2011 Non-O157 Shiga Toxin Producing (STEC) Workshop
This document provides a summary of a meeting in 2011 to review the current state of the science on non-O157 STECs; traditional and rapid methodology for testing food samples; and global perspectives on testing, surveillance, risk characterization, and virulence; plus breakout sessions to address key questions and identify research gaps.
2008 Shiga Toxin-Producing E.coli (STEC) Methodology Think Tank
This document summarizes a one-day workshop to discuss laboratory methodology related to the detection and characterization of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) in beef products.