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48 million Americans are affected each year by a foodborne illness, with over 3,000 of those cases resulting in death per the Centers for Disease [...]
There are a lot of pests that want to invade your home or business. Some of them are only looking for a place to hide from the weather, but the vast majority come seeking food. If you know what foods pests eat, you can deter them from coming in, or in many cases, from sticking around once they've come in.
Due to advancements in natural pest control and an increase in regulatory requirements food and beverage processing facilities are shifting from practice of responding to pest problems, to one that is proactive in preventing them. With modern Integrated Pest Management, facility operators are now able to effectively and safely keep pests from spreading disease and illness to the products they produce.