Category Archives: Microbial Testing Protocol

USDA’s Office of Inspector General Recommendations for Changes in E.coli Testing

USDA’s Office of Inspector General recently released a report with recommendations on changes USDA should implement when testing for E.coli.  OIG has some great ideas. I wrote a brief article, which explains the absolute need for implementation of OIG’s recommendations.  … Continue reading

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Intentionally inaccurate microbial testing protocol

We humans are capable of devising sly machinations to mask or coverup the truth, even when conducting scientific lab experiments.  An example:  let’s assume a freezer temperature is to be kept at zero to ten above zero.  However, we know … Continue reading

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