A pathogen-screening device created by Purdue scientists could improve the process of identifying harmful food pathogens.
New produce safety rules could mean significant changes for Indiana farmers.
A team of Purdue University researchers have developed a technology that detects salmonella more quickly than current methods.
Indiana melon farmers are trying to better understand Food and Drug Administration requirements in preparations for upcoming inspections later this year.
The FDA found unclean conditions at a southern Indiana farm linked to an outbreak of salmonella that killed three people in Kentucky and left hundreds sick.
Companies have voluntarily recalled packaged fruit products containing Daniella Brand mangoes, which could be contaminated by salmonella.
The source of the bacteria hasn't been determined -- and Indiana isn't the only state affected.
Contaminated alfalfa sprouts leads to multi-state salmonella outbreak.