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Data Collection and Reports

FSIS collects scientific information and generates reports in support of the Agency's farm-to-table strategies.
Test tubes National Residue Program: Residue Quarterly Report, First Quarter, FY 2014 (PDF Only)
This quarterly report summarizes chemical residue results (October-December 2013) for the United States National Residue Program (NRP) for meat, poultry, and egg products. | More Residue Reports

Petri dishes / Salmonella testing Quarterly Salmonella and Campylobacter Testing Report (May 30, 2014)
This report discusses the Salmonella and Campylobacter verification sampling results for October through December 2013. | More Microbiology Reports

FSIS Microbiological Testing Program for Salmonella in Pasteurized Egg Products (Apr 4, 2014)   
Report has been updated to include data from 2012 and 2013. | More Microbiology Reports

Microbiology

Results of baseline data studies, E. coli O157:H7 testing , ready-to-eat product sampling, and Salmonella verification testing are reported here. FSIS's Office of Public Health Science (OPHS) uses the latest scientifically-based microbiological approaches to detect, understand, and prevent foodborne hazards. (See also: National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods (NACMCF).)

Chemistry

FSIS provides information on the National Residue Program, residue policy issuances, Residue Repeat Violator Lists, and studies to determine presence of contaminants such as dioxin.

FSIS Data Analysis and Reporting

To ensure that FSIS maintains a science-based and data-driven approach to food safety, the Agency conducts a robust analysis of available data. These analyses range from evaluations of FSIS policy to strategic planning efforts.

FoodNet 

FoodNet is a collaborative project among FSIS, CDC, and FDA to identify, control, and prevent foodborne disease hazards. FoodNet uses sentinel sites in various states to provide more stable and accurate national estimates of the burden and sources of specific foodborne diseases. See Also: OutbreakNet, CDC's Foodborne Outbreak Online Database

Last Modified Jun 12, 2014