More Consumer Related Links
- The North American Meat Institute provides a means of collaboration for the meat and poultry industries to create safe and efficient food products and equipment. To learn more about the members and their roles in your food system, explore the North American Meat Institute website.
- "The Texas A&M Center for Food Safety is an interdisciplinary, collaborative effort between Texas A&M University and Texas A&M Agrilife Research and Extension. The CFS works to expand and improve food safety activities across the university’s academic departments and units, and to enhance external visibility and public knowledge of these activities."
- "The American Meat Science Association cultivates community and professional development among individuals who create and apply science to efficiently provide safe and high quality meat (defined as red meat (beef, pork and lamb, poultry, fish/seafood and meat from other managed species)."
- To learn the accurate and practical facts about the meat you eat, check out Meat Myth Crushers. You can also find a list of experts and ways to contact them directly to answer any questions.
- Have questions about STEC (Shiga toxin-producing E. coli)? Food Safety.gov gives you the most functional and factual explanation of these bacteria to empower you with the most helpful knowledge.
- Visit Barf Blog to learn the latest news in food safety. Written by STEC CAP collaborators, Drs. Ben Chapman and Doug Powell.
- To connect with the STEC CAP on social media, visit the Facebook page. You can find recent news from the collaborators and photos of projects and meetings by connecting with the STEC CAP on Facebook.
- “E. coli Sampling for Beef Carcasses” is an instructional video targeted for meat plant employees and is designed to discuss standard procedures for the testing of beef carcasses for Escherichia coli Biotype I, also known as generic E. coli.