Lauric arginate shows potential against foodborne pathogen

Researchers work to rid poultry products of bacteria that can cause foodborne illness before they leave the processing plant.

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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