Researchers at Mississippi State University are working to rid poultry products of bacteria that can cause foodborne illness before the products leave the processing plant.
Foodborne illness is a serious concern among producers, processors and consumers. Each year, a million people in the U.S. contract foodborne illnesses from Campylobacter jejuni, a common bacteria found in healthy poultry and cattle.
Mississippi State scientists recently tested the use of lauric a
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