Is Salmonella Still A Problem?

25 January 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Salmonella, the foodborne bacteria that cause salmonellosis infections, is most often associated in people's minds with raw eggs and undercooked chicken. It's not often associated with other foods, and that's a problem. Salmonella in chicken and eggs has not been as prevalent in the news because both industries and individual consumers took action to reduce the risk of exposure. However, salmonella remains a concern in those foods as well as in many others, such as cucumbers, which were the origin of a 2013 outbreak. Read More