9 CFR 310.25 - Contamination with microorganisms; process control verification criteria and testing; pathogen reduction standards.
|Type of livestock||Lower limit ofmarginal range (m)||Upper limit ofmarginal range (M)||Number of sampletested (n)||Maximum number permitted in marginal range(c)|
|a Negative is defined by the sensitivity of the method used in the baseline study with a limit of sensitivity of at least 5 cfu/cm2 carcass surface area.|
|Cattle||Negative a||100 CFU/cm 2||13||3|
|Swine||10 CFU/cm 2||10,000 CFU/cm 2||13||3|
|Class of product||Performance Standard (percent positive for Salmonella) a||Number of samples tested(n)||Maximum number of positives to achieve Standard(c)|
|a Performance Standards are FSIS's calculation of the national prevalence of Salmonella on the indicated raw product based on data developed by FSIS in its nationwide microbiological data collection programs and surveys. Copies of Reports on FSIS's Nationwide Microbiological Data Collection Programs and Nationwide Microbiological Surveys used in determining the prevalence of Salmonella on raw products are available in the FSIS Docket Room.|
|b Not available; values for fresh pork sausage will be added upon completion data collection programs for those products.|
|Fresh pork sausages||b N.A.||N.A.||N.A.|
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Title 9 published on 2014-01-01
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