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Webinar Recording: Building an Effective Pathogen Environmental Monitoring Program for Dairy Plants

Dr. Martin Wiedmann, Ph.D., DVM, Professor, Cornell University, Department of Food Science

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Electronic (digital download/no shipping)

Members - $195.00
Guest, NonMember - $295.00

Description:

Description: Creating and maintaining a comprehensive environmental monitoring program (EMP) is becoming increasingly critical in todayís regulatory environment. These programs are vital for targeting and verifying control of pathogens, such as Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella, in plants producing practically all ready-to-eat dairy foods and ingredients, including milk, cheese, ice cream and dairy powders. Programs that effectively monitor and manage areas of microbiological risk in the plant environment can serve as "early warning systems" to identify and eliminate sources of potential contamination. However, designing and implementing a dynamic and effective EMP can be a challenging task and there is no one-size-fits-all approach that will do the job. This IDFA's webinar recording was presented by Martin Wiedmann, Ph.D., DVM, Professor from Cornell University, Department of Food Science, a renowned food microbiologist who teach you how to ensure your plant has a robust and effective EMP in place that meets your needs, as well as the likely requirements in the Food and Drug Administrationís final hazard analysis and preventive control regulations due to be released this summer.

Product Details:

Product ID: WEMPDP042215V
Publication Year: 2015