- Product shelf life will be extended by applying effective Intervention treatment
- It can become an integral part of an operations HACCP plan and it is readily validated
- The FSIS Division of the USDA strongly recommends applying this type of secondary intervention step in raw meat & poultry processing facilities to lower pathogen colony plate counts
- Recent Academic research has demonstrated that surface spray intervention treatments can result in reducing the pathogen colony plate count size by more than 99% (a 2 log reduction)
Click on the graph to learn more about the Oklahoma State University study of Intervention chemical effectiveness comparative results, a project that was initiated by Ross Industries on behalf of the meat and poultry processing industry and funded by the concentrate manufacturers and distributors.