Grants and Contracts Details
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (PSIS) is a public health agency that protects consumers by ensuring that the nation's meat and poultry and egg products are safe, wholesome, and accurately labeled. New Technologies have resulted in significant improvements in the safety of meat and poultry in recent years. Steam vacuuming, steam pasteurization, and antimicrobials are examples of advances in food safety technology that have occurred in recent years. FSIS is desirous of seeing these kinds of advances continue. PSIS recognizes that many smaller establishments lack the resources that exist in larger establishments. Therefore, FSIS is funding studies to develop, identify, and evaluate new technologies to detennine which ones are economica11yviable for small/very small plants and to foster their adoption. .
|Effective start/end date||9/17/03 → 11/30/04|
- Food Safety and Inspection Service: $25,000.00
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