USA: eMerge meat scanner successful in university trials
Florida-based eMerge Interactive Inc has developed an electronic camera that can scan raw beef for traces of microscopic contaminants that harbour deadly bacteria. The new device successfully underwent trials at the Oklahoma State University in June and at the University of Florida last month, and discussions are being held to make the camera available for on-site testing in beef production plants at the beginning of next year, said the company in a statement released yesterday [Wednesday].
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