Emma Hartnett 2018 recipient of Center for Produce Safety (CPS) Research Award

CPS has recently announced 13 new research awards totaling a little over $2.6 million. The awards are for research projects directed at answering critical questions in specific areas of food safety practices. Among this year’s topics: storage, sanitation, agricultural water, co-management and risk-based field sampling. Projects will begin in January 2019.

RSI’s Emma Hartnett is included as one of this year’s recipents with a project entitled “Exploring the Relationship Between Product Testing and Risk”

All the food safety research awards can be found on the Research Awards page on the CPS website.

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