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FSIS New Technology Cooperative Agreements FY 2005

PROJECT: Determine if dry chilling reduces pathogens on carcasses compared to spray chilling.
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-22-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator Texas Tech University
Cooperator Contact Dr. Mark Miller
Amount of Award $50,000
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description Quantify the reduction of E. coli and Salmonella on beef tissues after two chilling methods (spray chilling and dry chilling) used by small processing plants.



 

PROJECT: Determine the relationship between Salmonella Enteritidis and temperature at which eggs are held.
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-28-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator University of Georgia
Cooperator Contact Dr. Jinru Chen
Amount of Award $75,000
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description Determine the relationship between Salmonella Enteritidis and the Temperature at which eggs have been held from the day of lay until the day of processing.



 

PROJECT: Develop low cost, clean-in-place (CIP) unit for small and very small meat processors.
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-23-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator Oklahoma State University
Cooperator Contact Dr. Timothy J. Bowser
Amount of Award $25,000
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description Develop an inexpensive, reliable, and simple clean in place (CIP) system that will facilitate equipment and product contact surface cleaning for small and very small meat processors.



 

PROJECT: Development of a Database of Food Safety Hazards Found in Dairy Beef (Cull Dairy Cows)
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-32-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator Meat Residue Information Center Officials
Cooperator Contact Dr. Leonard Eldridge
Amount of Award $26,000
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description The Meat Residue Information Center would develop a database of food safety hazards found in dairy beef (cull dairy cows). The hazards cataloged might include but not be limited to the following: Antibiotic residues (both violative and non-violative) and a varity of pathogens.



 

PROJECT: Digital Training on HACCP Plan and Allergens
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-29-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator University of Georgia
Cooperator Contact Dr. James A. Daniels
Amount of Award $ 26,000
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description Develop a training plan for poultry plants to reassess HACCP plans and control of allergens and restricted ingredients.



 

PROJECT: Evaluate pasteurization methods on jerky acceptability. Develop a simple pan and screen system to hold marinade during pasteurization.
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-31-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator Utah State University
Cooperator Contact Dr. Daren Cornforth
Amount of Award $73,940
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description Adaptation of dry smoking operations to utilize high humidity or wet marinade pasteurization of jerky; evaluate pasteurization methods on jerky acceptability; propose tests to help small processors decide which pasteurization method works best for them and develop a simple pan and screen system to hold marinade during pasteurization.



 

PROJECT: Evaluation of Non-pathogenic Indicator Bacteria as Process Validation Indicators for Salmonella
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-27-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator Iowa State University and Texas A & M University
Cooperator Contact Dr. James S. Dickson
Amount of Award $70,210
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description Evaluation of non-pathogenic indicator bacteria as process validation indicators for Salmonella.



 

PROJECT: Low Cost, Safe Dehydrator for Small and Very Small Meat Processors
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-30-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator Oklahoma State University
Cooperator Contact Dr. Timothy J. Bowser
Amount of Award $28,500
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description Develop an inexpensive, reliable, and simple dehydrator and drying process to produce quality jerky products.



 

PROJECT: Reduction of E. coli O157:H7 and Salmonella spp. in Ground Beef Using Various Ingredients
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-24-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator Texas Tech University
Cooperator Contact Dr. Chance Brooks
Amount of Award $50,3500
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description Validate the effectiveness of spice extracts (Rosemary Oleoresin and Oregano Essential Oil) in reducing E. coli O157:H7 and Salmonella spp. in ground beef in modified atmosphere, traditional over-wrap (air) and vacuum packaging.



 

PROJECT: Validation of Egg Decontamination Equipment and Creation of a Commercial Design For Egg Industry
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-53-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Primary: Dr. Kris Murthy
Alternate: Dr. Shaukat Syed
Cooperator Ohio State University
Cooperator Contact Dr. Ahmed E. Yousef
Amount of Award $75,000
Term of Agreement Sep 16, 2005 to Sep 15, 2006
Project Description Validate the egg decontamination process of pilot scale equipment and create a commercial scale design.

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