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Abstract

Microbial growth and inactivation/survival are essential factors in ensuring food safety, stability and quality. Development of methodologies for modelling the survival and inactivation of the key microorganisms responsible for food poisoning and spoiling is a new avenue for research, a powerful tool to improve quality control in food processing and distribution. Predictive microbiology is powerful tool that can underpin improved control in food processing and distribution. Within the COST Action 914 several meetings have been organized in different participating countries these years.

Additional information

Authors: COST 914, COST 914
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 19103 EN (1999), 482pp.
Availability: COST PUBLICATIONS ARE TO BE ORDERED THROUGH OOPEC SALES POINTS at http://eur-op.eu/general/fr/index.htm
ISBN: ISBN 92-828-6493-6
Record Number: 199911502 / Last updated on: 1999-10-22
Category: PUBLICATION
Original language: en
Available languages: en
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