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[3/12/2013] BGI and TGAC join efforts to tackle global challenges in food sec...

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[3/8/2013] Food Micro-Fifth Edition: Microbiology Testing in the US Food Ind...

[3/8/2013] Food Micro, Sixth Edition - Food Microbiology Testing in Europe

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[2/27/2013] Invention opens the way to packaging that monitors food freshness

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[2/18/2013] FDA to Discuss Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) at Food Labs ...

[2/17/2013] Meeting: Project aims to predict yield potential to help global f...


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