The Importance of Environmental Monitoring for Pathogenic Bacteria

Did you know that Foodborne illnesses contribute to over 420,000 deaths annually? 

An effective Environmental Monitoring Program (EMP) for pathogenic bacteria is critical to mitigate against risk of contamination.

Failure to develop and deploy an effective EMP can not only lead to food recalls, it puts consumers at risk of illness or even death.

Learn more in the whitepaper, "Recalls: The Importance of Environmental Monitoring for Pathogenic Bacteria."

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