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PHT special report: New era in Salmonella sampling, regulations and control coming soon


New era in Salmonella sampling, regulations and control coming soon

Even though US poultry producers have made great strides reducing the occurrence of Salmonella, nearly 25% of related illnesses are linked to poultry products. In response, USDA has made reducing Salmonella infection a top priority and is rethinking its approach to reducing incidence of the ubiquitous food-borne pathogen, which occurs naturally in poultry. Poultry Health Today talked with Salmonella experts about preparing for the changes ahead.
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