USA; New food safety technology approved by FDA; new red meat carcass treatment from Ecolab effective against pathogens
A new antimicrobial spray for the treatment of red meat carcasses has officially been introduced by Ecolab Inc., following its approval by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). Developed by Ecolab Inc., one of the world's leaders in food safety technology, the spray -- Inspexx(TM) 200 -- is used to treat red meat carcasses during processing in plants to reduce microbial contamination.
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