How to tell if your milk is safe to drink
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The Hill article The dairy industry has long battled the threat of foodborne illness outbreaks that have killed thousands of people and triggered the biggest food recalls in U.S. history.
But the industry has been slow to embrace the rise of more modern technology to fight the disease, like computer-based monitoring and new antibiotics.
Now, a new report says the dairy industry is working on the right solutions.
The report, published Tuesday by the Center for Food Safety, found that the industry is investing heavily in developing new tools to combat a pandemic.
The report also says the industry needs to increase the transparency of its supply chains to help consumers better understand what products they are buying and how they are being produced.
“We know from past outbreaks that the food-borne pathogens have changed and are more complex, and we also know from our own experience that we have to move faster and be more agile in the fight against the pathogens,” said Matthew Stroud, a senior research scientist at the center.
The Center for Foods Safety is a nonpartisan nonprofit research group.
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