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in the Fresh Produce Industry

Discover Food Safety Opportunities and Challenges
in the Fresh Produce Industry

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FSMA Resource Center
PMA's food safety, science and technology team works on behalf of our members to inform legislators and regulators of critical industry issues, educate key policy influencers and shape regulations, such as the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2010. PMA's food safety, science and technology team works on behalf of our members to inform legislators and regulators of critical industry issues, educate key policy influencers and shape regulations, such as the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2010. PMA's food safety, science and technology team works on behalf of our members to inform legislators and regulators of critical industry issues, educate key policy influencers and shape regulations, such as the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2010.
Listeria Resources
The Listeria resource page provides the produce industry with quick access to materials regarding Listeria monocytogenes in food facilitie to assist them in understanding and implementing effective preventive control strategies to reduce, control and/or eliminate the risk of Listeriosis. The Listeria resource page provides the produce industry with quick access to materials regarding Listeria monocytogenes in food facilitie to assist them in understanding and implementing effective preventive control strategies to reduce, control and/or eliminate the risk of Listeriosis. The Listeria resource page provides the produce industry with quick access to materials regarding Listeria monocytogenes in food facilitie to assist them in understanding and implementing effective preventive control strategies to reduce, control and/or eliminate the risk of Listeriosis.
Nanobubbles: New pop for improved produce safety
Date: July 16, 2020 - Time: 4:00 pm ET/1pm PT

Bubbles are gaseous cavities formed in a liquid and microbubbles have been used in ultrasonic cleaning in numerous applications for decades. This process, called cavitation, has be studied extensively for removal of biofilms and acoustic-carbonic acid microbubble killing of microbes, but has seen little commercial use in fresh produce. But now, nanobubble technology is seemingly transforming this approach as this ultra-fine cavitation has truly unique properties in breaking attachments at interfaces and holding antimicrobial gases, such as ozone, in solution at surprising concentrations and for greatly extended durations.

Date: July 16, 2020 - Time: 4:00 pm ET/1pm PT

Bubbles are gaseous cavities formed in a liquid and microbubbles have been used in ultrasonic cleaning in numerous applications for decades. This process, called cavitation, has be studied extensively for removal of biofilms and acoustic-carbonic acid microbubble killing of microbes, but has seen little commercial use in fresh produce. But now, nanobubble technology is seemingly transforming this approach as this ultra-fine cavitation has truly unique properties in breaking attachments at interfaces and holding antimicrobial gases, such as ozone, in solution at surprising concentrations and for greatly extended durations.

Date: July 16, 2020 - Time: 4:00 pm ET/1pm PT

Bubbles are gaseous cavities formed in a liquid and microbubbles have been used in ultrasonic cleaning in numerous applications for decades. This process, called cavitation, has be studied extensively for removal of biofilms and acoustic-carbonic acid microbubble killing of microbes, but has seen little commercial use in fresh produce. But now, nanobubble technology is seemingly transforming this approach as this ultra-fine cavitation has truly unique properties in breaking attachments at interfaces and holding antimicrobial gases, such as ozone, in solution at surprising concentrations and for greatly extended durations.

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Dr. Max Teplitski - PMA's Chief Science Officer 

Dr. Max Teplitski
Chief Science Officer
+1 (302) 607 2194
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Dr. Trevor Suslow - VP, Produce Safety 

Dr. Trevor Suslow
VP, Produce Safety
+1 (530) 304-1257
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Jill Dunlop - Director, Food Safety 

Jill Dunlop
Director, Food Safety
+1 (302) 781-5858
Email Jill