What happens when you get a false positive for an allergen or dangerous substance? A case study on Allergen Detection using ELISA assays and False Positives
Published: 17 Dec 2013
By Tatania Larocca (Food Scientist, guest columnist).
FoodLegal are delighted to present this case study written by Tatania Larocca, BSc (Food Science and Nutrition). It provides an example of good practice in decision-making following a food safety complaint. This decision-making process not only averted a recall, but also led to an international investigation, as well as resulting in a high satisfaction rating by the consumer who made the initial complaint....
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