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News Articles

Center for Food Safety director Ricke named visiting professor at Kyung Hee University in South Korea

Arkansas researchers part of USDA-AFRI nationwide project

Consumers willing to pay extra for organic meat, survey finds

Pasture poultry prodcution target of study

NIFSI project to improve traceability

Food safety personnel examining Beaver Lake pathogens

Collaboration could mean boon for LR firm, NCTR(Arkansas Business article)

Little Rock firm develops rapid test for E. coli bacteria

OFPA Hears of Progress and Problems in Food Safety

Trust Drops in Food Industry, but Still Outranks Most

Johns Hopkins Researcher Explains Collaboration With UA on MTB, PTB

Implementation of New Food Safety Law Will Take Time

Center Hosts Seminar on New Pathogen Detection Technology

Food safety personnel find essential knowledge base in UA workshop

UA announces collaboration to protect consumers from food contamination

Food dyes among tactics to improve deli slicer food safety: AMIF study

Study evaluates cost-effective treatments to minimize Listeria contamination of RTE meats by the deli slicer

‘Culture of Food Safety’ Is Essential, Walmart Executive Says

University of Arkansas dried plums phosphate replacement research

Arkansas Association for Food Protection chartered, plans October conference

Organic poultry farmers learn tips at Carroll County event

UA food safety work featured at

Scientists to study safety of organic food operations

Ricke appointed to National Academy of Sciences committee for food safety review

New project targets organic poultry

To find Campylobacter jejuni, look in the biofilms

Foodborne pathogen finds resistance to antibiotic

Probiotics: Live organisms as feed supplements to fight Salmonella

Johnson honored for service

Pathogen Protection (Spring 2007 article from UA Research Frontiers)

Steven Ricke receives American Egg Board Research Award

Steven Ricke named to UA food safety chair