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Can They Be Trusted?

No doubt you’ve read the FDA notification announcing the pet food industry is deemed “vital,” therefore it will have reprieve during these critical times. In fact, the notice was picked up by a general pet food industry journal with over-confident reporting that should give us all pause for concern. Let’s …

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Can You Say Turkey?

Under the Food Drug and Cosmetic Act, as well as the Food Safety Modernization Act, regulators, namely the FDA, USDA and state Departments of Agriculture, all have authority to sample foods for presence of “problems.“ Those problems can be anything from bacteria (presumed pathogens) to foreign objects to undeclared allergens. …

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Organic Foods

Anyone like romaine lettuce? Caesar salad perhaps? Personally, I eat a lot of romaine lettuce and Caesar salad. I’m one of the sensitive people that if the lettuce isn’t washed about 8 times I’ll get an intestinal “thing” after eating some of the lettuce. Consequently, I’ve noticed something throughout the …

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Now the Blitzkrieg Starts

A new attack is underway – now we’re dealing with a blitzkrieg. We’ve been discussing the psychological operations (psy-ops) being used by the federal government – giving the public the impression that all bacteria are dangerous. Scientifically, it’s been shown that only some bacteria are dangerous and only above specific levels. Recently, …

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What is 5-log reduction?

5-log reduction refers to pathogen control. The term is primarily used in the food industry. For example, if a surface or product has 100,000 bacterial microbes, a 5-log reduction would reduce that number to zero. In 7-log reduction, 10 million microbes will be killed with the treatment step. Lately, there …

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