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Salmonella Categorization of Individual Establishments Using Moving Windows for Young Chicken Carcasses and Young Turkey Carcasses

Reporting period for this data: July 9, 2017 - September 29, 2018

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  • An asterisk (*) indicates that a category status has changed since the previous monthly posting.
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  • Establishments that produce 1,000 lbs. or less of each product per day, or slaughter 20,000 head or fewer of each species per year, are not included.
  • Category definitions and contact information are presented after the table.

 

LEGEND Salmonella performance Category
Product Class Category 1 Category 2 Category 3
Young Chicken Carcass 0-4.9% >4.9-9.8% >9.8%
Young Turkey Carcass 0-3.5% >3.5-7.1% >7.1%

Note: Posting will include information on category thresholds for product classes, in response to stakeholder feedback on the format. “NA” is used to denote establishments for which FSIS has not yet accumulated the minimum number of samples to assess process control.

Category Definitions

Category 1: Establishments that have achieved 50 percent or less of the Salmonella or Campylobacter maximum allowable percent positive during all completed 52-week moving windows over the last 3 months.

Category 2: Establishments that meet the Salmonella or Campylobacter maximum allowable percent positive for all completed 52-week moving windows but have results greater than 50 percent of the maximum allowable percent positive during any completed 52-week moving window over the last 3 months.

Category 3: Establishments that have exceeded the Salmonella or Campylobacter maximum allowable percent positive during any completed 52-week moving window over the last 3 months.

NA: FSIS did not collect or analyze the minimum number of samples to categorize the establishment and the establishment has not exceeded the maximum number of positives allowed under the standard.

Questions

Refer questions regarding an individual establishment’s posted category status to the Risk, Innovations, and Management Staff through askFSIS using the “General Inspection Policy” product field from the drop-down menu, and the “Sampling – Salmonella” category field, or by telephone at 1-800-233-3935.

Last Modified Oct 22, 2018