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Chapter 11

Controlling the Microbiological Quality of Foods

In Chapter 10 we surveyed the different methods used in the microbiological examination of food and how these give us information about the size and composition of a food’s microflora. We will now go on to describe how data obtained from such tests can be used to make decisions on microbiological qu...

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