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Novel approaches and ideas key in Session IV of CPS Produce Research Symposium.

June 15, 2011
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The Center for Produce Safety's 2011 Produce Research Symposium is sure to feature a topic of interest for everyone as real-world implications of the latest produce food safety research are presented, June 28 in Orlando, Fla., USA.

This session will focus on some novel concepts and next-generation ideas in produce food safety. We will explore genetic interaction between fruits and vegetables and pathogens that may sporadically contaminate produce. Projects will be presented by scientists from the University of Florida, University of California, Davis, and University of Delaware.

“Translating food safety research for use in the produce industry is core to the Center for Produce Safety. This session and others will enable industry to fully evaluate the scientific findings. CPS wants attendees to walk away from this event understanding the importance of these projects and their use” said Bonnie Fernandez-Fenaroli, CPS executive director. 

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