Big data and data analytics are advancing food safety at a global level.
Mary Beth Nierengarten is a freelance journalist and writer with more than 25 years of experience writing for online and print publications. In addition to writing about food quality and safety, she reports on the latest developments in clinical medicine and health policy. Prior to freelancing, Mary Beth worked as a medical editor at an academic health center and as an acquisitions book editor in the life sciences. She lives in Minneapolis and can be reached at [email protected].
Articles by Mary Beth Nierengarten
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