Make Sushi Safe Forever With Bacteria-Killing Plasma Torches

Make Sushi Safe Forever With Bacteria-Killing Plasma Torches
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Food safety researchers conduct a proof-of-concept study by treating uncooked poultry and other foods.

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 february 2012

A new proof-of-concept study conducted by food safety researchers at Drexel University in Philadelphia has demonstrated that plasma can be used to kill bacteria on uncooked poultry, vegetables and other foods. The treatment could change the future of the food and restaurant industry as removing harmful bacteria before it reaches a consumer’s home or a business can reduce the risk of cross-contamination during food preparation.

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