A.C.M. van Zuijlen
- Detecting bacterial spores in soup manufacturing
- New Food
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- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences (SILS)
Spores from mesophilic aerobic sporeforming bacteria (Bacillus) are sometimes able to survive the thermal process of commercial sterile products and sporadically cause spoilage or food poisoning. Because of an increasing demand for more fresh products, ideally the processing temperatures should be tailored to inactivate the actual spore load rather than applying worst case scenarios. In doing that, unnecessary loss of product quality can be prevented without running the risk that the product will spoil or cause safety issues.
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