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New Technologies

FSIS reviews new technologies that companies employ to ensure that their use is consistent with Agency regulations and will not adversely affect product safety, inspection procedures, or the safety of FSIS inspectors.

To obtain additional information, direct your questions to the Risk & Innovations Management Division through askFSIS.

 

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 New Technology Tables

  • FSIS New Technology Table (Updated Aug 29, 2014)
    The latest summary describing some of the new technologies received and reviewed by FSIS for which there has been "no objection" for their use in establishments.
    •  Summary Table of No-Objection Letters Issued for Non-O157 STEC Test Methods (Updated Apr 28, 2014)
      This table describes the non-O157 STEC test methods that FSIS has received and reviewed and for which it has issued no-objection letters (NOLs).  This listing will be updated as new NOLs are issued.
    • Foodborne Pathogen Test Kits Validated by Independent Organizations | PDF (Updated Jul 25, 2014))
      FSIS is making available a list of test kits that have been validated for detection of relevant foodborne pathogens (i.e. Salmonella, Campylobacter, E. coli O157:H7, and Listeria spp. including L. monocytogenes).  These lists are intended to be informational and are not an endorsement or approval of any particular method, regardless of its inclusion in the list.

 

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Food Safety Technologies Applicable for Small and Very Small Plants 

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Cooperative Agreements 

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New Technology Procedures



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Retained Water in Raw Meat and Poultry Products 



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Last Modified Aug 29, 2014