WASHINGTON -- A study gauging the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in retail stores indicates the pathogen exists at levels below those currently estimated by food-safety regulators. The preliminary findings, part of a larger, ongoing survey, will be discussed during the 2001 Supermarket Food Safety Conference, sponsored by the Food Marketing Institute, in New Orleans, Nov. 7 to 9. The National Food Processors Association is conducting the research, with additional funding coming from the ...

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