FDA Finds Genetic Match in Pistachio Investigation


CIDRAP is reporting today that the FDA has found a match of the genetic fingerprint between environmental samples taken at Setton Farms' California pistachio processing plant and a finished-product sample at the same plant. To read the rest of this news item, CLICK HERE. To access the latest on the FDA’s investigation into salmonellosis caused by pistachio products, CLICK HERE.




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