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  1. Rapid Review of Government Issued Documents  Relevant to Mitigation of COVID-19 in the U.S. Food
    Manufacturing and Processing Industry

    Ziqian Chen, Ece Bulut, Aljoša Trmcic, Renata Ivanek Volume 42, Issue 6: Pages 426–438
  2. On-Farm Readiness Review Tool and Training Curriculum to Help Farmers Assess Their Readiness to Comply with the FSMA Produce Safety Rule

    Meredith Melendez, Bob Ehart, Elizabeth A. Bihn, Christopher C. Gunter, Wesley Kline, Michelle D. Danyluk, Phillip Tocco Volume 42, Issue 6: Pages 449–459
  3. Meal-Kit Use in the United Kingdom: Implications for Food Safety

    Naomi J. Melville, Elizabeth C. Redmond, Joseph E. B. Baldwin, Ellen W. Evans Volume 42, Issue 6: Pages 564–571
  4. Knowledge and Current Practices Related to  Agricultural Water Microbial Quality among Kansas
    and Missouri Produce Growers

    Yeqi Zhao, Olivia C. Haley, Manreet Bhullar, Don Stoeckel, Londa Nwadike Volume 42, Issue 6: Pages 460–470
  5. Review of Food Safety Violations: Urban School Foodservice

    Joel Reynolds Volume 42, Issue 6: Pages 439–448
  6. Oncology Providers’ Opinions on  Neutropenic Diet and Safe Food Handling: A Descriptive Qualitative Study

    Kathryn Fakier, Wenqing Xu, Sarah Broekhoven Volume 42, Issue 5: Pages 396–403
  7. A 5-Point Listeria Control Plan: A European Perspective

    John Holah Volume 42, Issue 5: Pages 383–395
  8. Environmental Risk Factors in the Human Pathogen Transmission Pathways between Animal Operations and Produce Crops

    Susan M. Leaman, Sonia Salas, Robert E. Mandrell, Trevor V. Suslow, Michele T. Jay-Russell, De Ann Davis Volume 42, Issue 5: Pages 362–376
  9. How Much is Too Much? Regulatory Limits Versus Public Health Limits.

    Bob Lijana Volume 42, Issue 5: Pages 410–412
  10. Inactivation of Salmonella and Escherichia coli in Surface Agricultural Water Using a Commercial UV Processing Unit

    Jessie Usaga, Wendy Beauvais, April K Englishbey, Cristina Marchesan Marconi, Uriel Cholula, Alexandra M. Belias, Michelle Wemette, John J. Churey, Randy W. Worobo, Juan Enciso, Juan R. Anciso, Kendra Nightingale, Renata Ivanek Volume 42, Issue 5: Pages 377–382
  11. Survival of Escherichia coli O157, Salmonella, and Listeria monocytogenes in Ethanol and Juice
    Mixtures at Ambient Temperature

    Sujan Acharya, Brian A. Nummer Volume 42, Issue 4: Pages 284–291
  12. Environmental Controls: Emerging Technologies and Predictive Analytics to Address Complex Sanitation Challenges

    Wendy Bedale Volume 42, Issue 4: Pages 326–336
  13. Assessment of Food Hygiene Compliance of Wet Market Processors in Accra, Ghana

    Richard Yaw Otwey, Angela Parry-Hanson Kunadu Volume 42, Issue 4: Pages 304–317
  14. Preliminary Investigation of the Effect of Chemical Sanitizers and UV-C Light on Listeria monocytogenes Biofilm Survivability

    Ellen A. Mendez, Brian Tande, Jessie Vipham, Valentina Trinetta Volume 42, Issue 4: Pages 278–283
  15. Building Food System Resilience within a Learning Organization

    Ir. Cornelis van Elst, John T. Hoffman, Carl C. J. Unis Volume 42, Issue 4: Pages 338–344
  16. Survey of Consumers’ Knowledge of Food Safety of Perishable Foods Purchased at Local Farmers’ Markets

    Cangliang Shen, Hanna Khouryieh, KaWang Li, Wentao Jiang, Sumit K. Paudel, Nirosha Ruwani Amarasekara, Yifan Zhang, Rebecca Stearns, Corey Coe, Kristen Matak, Lisa Jones Volume 42, Issue 4: Pages 292–303
  17. A Qualitative Content Analysis of Responses to CDC’s Foodborne Outbreak Messages on Facebook

    Michael Ablan, Mary Pomeroy, Neha Jaggi Sood, Katherine E. Marshall Volume 42, Issue 3: Pages 174–185
  18. Creation of Food Processing Businesses as a Means to Reduce Poverty in Cameroon: Considerations for Food Safety

    Carol Adams, Ellen W. Evans Volume 42, Issue 3: Pages 250–254
  19. Revitalizing the Future of Food Safety Extension

    Nicole L. Arnold, H. Lester Schonberger, Angela Ferelli, Sarah I. Murphy, Lily L. Yang Volume 42, Issue 3: Pages 210–218
  20. Comparative Assessment of the Microbial  Quality of Agricultural Water on Kansas and Missouri Fresh Produce Farms

    Olivia C. Haley, Yeqi Zhao, Joshua M. Maher, Sara E. Gragg, Valentina Trinetta, Manreet Bhullar, Londa Nwadike Volume 42, Issue 3: Pages 186–193
  21. Selection of Pathogen Strains for Evaluating Rapid Pathogen Test Methods Applied to New Matrices

    J. David Legan, Christina Barnes, Amanda Brookhouser-Sisney, Megan S. Brown, W. Evan Chaney, Nisha Corrigan, Wilfredo Dominguez, Gabriela Lopez Velasco, Ryan D. Maus, Laurie Post, Julie Weller Volume 42, Issue 3: Pages 256–266
  22. A Review of Salmonella Prevalence and Salmonellosis Burden in the Caribbean Community Member Countries

    Donna Morrison, Andreia Bianchini, Byron D. Chaves Volume 42, Issue 3: Pages 194–201
  23. Phenotypic Characterization of Campylobacter Species from Ruminants Slaughtered at Major Abattoirs in Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria

    Mahmoud A. Shuaib, Ahmed O. Akeem, Philip T. Babatunde, Raji A. Mashood, Daodu O. Babatunde, Olorunshola I. Dayo, Raufu A. Ibrahim Volume 5, Issue 3: Pages 202–209
  24. Produce Safety Alliance Grower Trainings:  Activities to Increase Participant Engagement

    Stephanie Alvarado, Rebecca Bland, Stephanie R. B. Brown, Joy Waite-Cusic, Jovana Kovacevic Volume 42, Issue 2: Pages 124–138
  25. Prevalence, Biofilm Formation, and Antimicrobial Resistance of Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Salmonella Isolates from Goat Meat Marketed in Petrolina, Brazil

    Juliana Oliveira de Miranda, Samily Aquino de Sá Oliveira, Sinara Laís Ramalho de Sales, Danillo Sales Rosa, Jéssica Xavier Coelho, Mateus Matiuzzi da Costa, Glayciane Costa Gois, Rafael Torres de Souza Rodrigues Volume 42, Issue 2: Pages 139–150
  26. Salmonella is Present in Multiple Lymph Nodes of Market Hog Carcasses at Slaughter

    Morgan Miller, Joshua M. Maher, Barry Wiseman, Sara E. Gragg Volume 42, Issue 2: Pages 100–106
  27. Quantitative and Qualitative Assessments of Enterobacteriaceae, Coliforms, and Generic Escherichia coli on Fresh Vegetables Sold in Cambodian Fresh Produce Distribution Centers

    Carla L. Schwan, April Molitor, Lyda Hok, Paul Ebner, Jessie L. Vipham, Valentina Trinetta Volume 42, Issue 2: Pages 107–112
  28. Development and Evaluation of Educational  Web-Based Food Safety Game, Potluck Panic!

    Adrienne E. H. Shearer, Dallas G. Hoover, Jeanne Gleason, Barbara A. Chamberlin, David Abraham, Pamela Martinez, Jeffrey Klein, Danielle Riser, Sue Snider, Kalmia E. Kniel Volume 42, Issue 2: Pages 113–123
  29. An Examination of the Acidified Foods Rule with Regard to the Acid versus Acidified Foods Classification

    Chris Balestrini, David Bresnahan, Yuqian Lou, Wilfredo Ocasio, Raghu Ramaswamy, Kurt Weise Volume 42, Issue 1: Pages 82–87
  30. Evaluation of Clean-in-Place Agents on the Removal of Thermophilic Biofilms Formed under Partially Simulated Conditions Associated with the Dairy Industry

    Basar Karaca, Busra Karakaya, Gaye Ekin Gursoy, Arzu Coleri Cihan Volume 42, Issue 1: Pages 38–47
  31. The Safety and Regulation of Chickpeas, Lentils, and Field Peas in Farming and Post-Harvest Operations

    Jeffrey Kronenberg Volume 42, Issue 1: Pages 22–37
  32. Inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes and Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli in “Soupie,” a Homemade Soppressata

    John B. Luchansky, Bradley A. Shoyer, Laura E. Shane, Manuela Osoria, Stephen G. Campano, Anna C.S. Porto-Fett Volume 42, Issue 1: Pages 48–57
  33. Rework Practices Used During Milk Processing: An Industry Survey

    Casey E. Rush, Lisbeth Meunier-Goddik, Joy G. Waite-Cusic Volume 42, Issue 1: Pages 58–67

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