Microfluidic droplet application for bacterial surveillance in fresh-cut produce wash waters

J. B. Harmon, H. K. Gray, C. Young & K. J. Schwab
Foodborne contamination and associated illness in the United States is responsible for an estimated 48 million cases per year. Increased food demand, global commerce of perishable foods, and the growing threat of antibiotic resistance are driving factors elevating concern for food safety. Foodborne illness is often associated with fresh-cut, ready-to-eat produce commodities due to the perishable nature of the product and relatively minimal processing from farm to the consumer. The research presented here optimizes and...
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