Food Microbiology - Targeted Surveys - Final Report - Bacterial Pathogens and Indicators in Ready-to-Eat Powdered Infant Cereal and Children's Breakfast Cereal - April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2020

Food Microbiology - Targeted Surveys - Final Report - Bacterial Pathogens and Indicators in Ready-to-Eat Powdered Infant Cereal and Children's Breakfast Cereal - April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2020 ​A targeted survey tested 162 samples of powdered infant cereal for Enterobacteriaceae and 199 samples of children's breakfast cereals for Salmonella species, Enterobacteriaceae and Aerobic Colony Count. 96.9% of the powdered infant cereal and 97.5% of children's breakfast cereal samples were assessed as satisfactory. When necessary, the CFIA conducted appropriate follow-up activities. No product recalls were required. 2022-04-12 Canadian Food Inspection Agency cfia.openagency-agenceouverte.acia@inspection.gc.ca Science and TechnologyCanadian Food Inspection AgencyFood SafetyPowdered Infant CerealChildren's Breakfast CerealFood microbiologyTargeted surveyRetailPrevalenceCanadaPathogenEnterobacteriaceaeSalmonella spp.ACC Food Microbiology - Targeted Surveys - Final Report - Bacterial Pathogens and Indicators in Ready-to-Eat Powdered Infant Cereal and Children's Breakfast Cereal - 2019-2020CSV https://open.canada.ca/data/dataset/cc2f654c-ea4a-4de2-871b-e8fe6ecb6862/resource/a70915ad-296b-496e-b4fe-0573c331eabe/download/cfia-acia-1118_bacterial_pathogens_and_indicators_infant_cereal-_-bacteries_pathogenes_et_indica.csv Food Microbiology - Targeted Surveys - Final Report - Bacterial Pathogens and Indicators in Ready-to-Eat Powdered Infant Cereal and Children's Breakfast Cereal - 2018CSV https://open.canada.ca/data/dataset/cc2f654c-ea4a-4de2-871b-e8fe6ecb6862/resource/f6b95ef5-0f6a-4cdb-94da-0373e72e3fe8/download/cfia-acia-1118_bacterial_pathogens_and_indicators_infant_cereal-_-bacteries-pathogenes-et-indica.csv

​A targeted survey tested 162 samples of powdered infant cereal for Enterobacteriaceae and 199 samples of children's breakfast cereals for Salmonella species, Enterobacteriaceae and Aerobic Colony Count. 96.9% of the powdered infant cereal and 97.5% of children's breakfast cereal samples were assessed as satisfactory. When necessary, the CFIA conducted appropriate follow-up activities. No product recalls were required.

  • Publisher - Current Organization Name: Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  • Publisher - Organization Section Name: Science
  • Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada

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