Poultry Meat Industry News
News published the September 15, 2008:
Recently, a number of poultry processors have experienced product recalls due to the presence of white spots that appear on boneless, skinless breast fillets or thighs. Often, these spots appear long before the...
Univ. of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service
News published the September 2, 2008:
The United States is the world leader in the poultry industry, with annual profits of $50 billion; however, food pathogens threaten the industry. Scientists are especially concerned about Avian Pathogenic Esche...
News published the July 24, 2008:
FANUC Robotics America, Inc. today announced that its M-430iA/2F high-speed, food picking robot is the first and only robot to meet the hygiene requirements for meat and poultry processing, and receive equipmen...
PR Inside Newswire
News published the July 23, 2008:
Two studies, which were conducted to study the effect of pre-slaughter events on the overall prevalence of Salmonella spp. in turkeys, demonstrate that preslaughter practices (feed withdrawal, catching, loading...
Iowa State Univ. & USDA Poultry Science Day Report
News published the July 10, 2008:
It will undoubtedly ruffle a few feathers among campaigning celebrity chefs. Scientists claim that organic chickens do not taste as good as battery-farmed birds. Their study, involving a blind taste-test, found...
News published the June 26, 2008:
Kills pathogens on fruit, poultry and meat. University of Georgia researchers have developed an effective technology for reducing contamination of dangerous bacteria on food.University of Georgia researchers ha...
The University of Georgia / Georgia Faces news
News published the June 25, 2008:
One of the most common food-borne pathogens, Campylobacter sickens more than two million people in the United States every year. With funding from USDA's Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Ser...
USDA CSREES release
News published the June 10, 2008:
Imagine the chicken and eggs you eat could be cancer-fighting food. Researchers at Ohio State’s Comprehensive Cancer Center say they could be on their way to doing that. Here’s the best part - they’re only usin...
Health News Digest online
News published the May 23, 2008:
DSM, the world’s largest producer of vitamins for animal feed, is to enter into a strategic partnership with Yunnan Shennong Agriculture Group to supply its Optimum Vitamin Nutrition (OVN®) Premix in Yunnan Pro...
DSM Nutritional Products
News published the May 16, 2008:
A report has been published by the Agency into the possible causes of nicarbazin residues in chicken. Nicarbazin is a medicated feed additive used to treat a debilitating poultry disease called coccidiosis. The...
UK Food Standards Agency