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Chapter 10

Methods for the Microbiological Examination of Foods

It is frequently necessary to conduct a microbiological examination of food to determine its quality. This may be necessary to estimate its shelf-life, its suitability for human consumption or to confirm that it meets some established microbiological criterion (see Chapter 11). The total mesophilic ...

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