New research for food safety
November 9, 2020 By Julie Harker Filed Under: Healthy Living
A team of University of Missouri engineers and food scientists has discovered that a food coating – made from titanium dioxide – is capable of eliminating foodborne germs such as Salmonella and E. Coli by providing a preventative layer against future cross contamination on stainless steel food contact surfaces.
Michigan State University has been awarded nearly $10 million dollars to study low moisture food safety. Foods such as cereals, flour, dried fruit and nuts have been increasingly recalled in the last few years, posing health risks to consumers.
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