[Webinar] How Aerobic Enrichment Is Becoming Routine for the Detection of Campylobacter

Learn about the challenges that confront poultry processors looking to test for Campylobacter and the potential of aerobic enrichment.

Campylobacter is one of the leading causes of foodborne illness around the world. A microaerobic microorganism, it is fragile and can thrive only under very specific environmental conditions. Unfortunately, ideal conditions for Campylobacter can often be found in poultry processing plants; some studies estimate that half of all livestock chickens are infected with Campylobacter.

In this webinar, Romer Labs experts Meredith Sutzko and Mark Muldoon outline the challenges that confront poultry processors looking to test for Campylobacter. They also discuss the potential of aerobic enrichment. Through aerobic enrichment, poultry processors are able to achieve operational efficiencies while eliminating the need for traditional enrichment procedures that call for gas packs and incubators.

Watch the webinar: