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Tray can detect dangerous pathogens

Researchers in Canada have developed a tray that can signal when salmonella or other dangerous pathogens are present in packages of raw or cooked food such as chicken. Scientists at McMaster University in Ontario claim the new technology will enable producers, retailers and consumers to tell in real-time whether the contents of a sealed food…

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