DAVIS, Calif. — The Center for Produce Safety at the University of California, Davis, announced award grants for 10 new food safety research projects including one cantaloupe-specific project, the agency announced on Monday. The research projects all deal with fruit, vegetables and tree nut production, harvest and post-harvest handling. After last year’s listeria outbreak linked to cantaloupes from Colorado-based Jensen Farms, which sickened 146 and caused 30 deaths, the ...

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