Pest Control in the Food Industry

FlyWhen you hear about pest control in the food industry, one of the most common forms you hear about are insects. Depending on your geographic location, insects can be a problem year round, or rather be an extreme issue in the Spring of the year when the climate is prone to producing the proper temperatures for population growth and potential infestation.

In a recent Food Quality article, Jim Fredericks, PhD does a great job at addressing some of the pests that aren’t as commonly acknowledged. Touching base on pests from cockroaches to stored product pests, Dr. Fredericks discusses the issues associated with these organisms, as well as, ways to detect and control their population. Read the complete article here.

Nelson-Jameson, Inc. is armed with products to control pest problems before they start. From fly and rodent traps to insect electrocutors, we are able to help with your pest control needs. From now until April 30th, we have Insect-O-CutorĀ® units and replacement bulbs on sale to help protect your plant at a discount! Contact one of our sales team members to determine which unit is right for your needs or view our sales flyer here.

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One Response to Pest Control in the Food Industry

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