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FSIS New Technology Cooperative Agreements FY 2004

The Food Safety and Inspection Service in Fiscal Year 2004 funded cooperative agreements to identify validated technologies suitable for small and very small plants and foster their adoption to enhance the beneficial affects of new technology on food safety and public health.
 
Aug 3, 2004
Contract Representative Project Objective
Jane Ann Boles
Montana State University
New Interventions and Validation for the Control of Pathogens in the Processing of Jerky.
Dennis R. Buege
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Validation of Reduced Humidity Cooking of Jerky Products.
Mark A. Harrison
University of Georgia
Antimicrobial Intervention and Process Validation in Beef Jerky Processing.
Jimmy Keeton
Texas A&M University
Application of Novel Hurdle Technologies to Meat Carcasses and Trimmings for Reduction of Pathogens.
Govind Kannan
Fort Valley State University
Prevention of E. coli Contamination of Goat Carcasses by Reducing Fecal Pathogen Counts on Skin.
Lynn Knipe
Ohio State University
Validation of Post-Packaging Pasteurization Methods to be used in Small and Very Small Meat Establishments.
Jinru Chen
University of Georgia
The Feasibility of Using Household Steam Cleaners to Control Microbial Quality of Animal Carcasses in Small and Very Small Meat Processing Plants.
 
Kelly J. K. Getty
Kansas State University
Jerky Validation for Small and Very Small Meat and Poultry Businesses.
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Last Modified Mar 31, 2014