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Experiment 7 title: assessment on spoilage canned food affected by microorganism activity objectives 1 to be able to examine the different types of can. Serious defective/damaged canned food containers requiring inspection integrity of can seams, microbiological analysis of contents, etc note that a. For example, in the case of canned foods or other thermal processed foods the food must be particularly examined for thermophilic sporulating bacteria.
11 why do we undertake sampling and microbiological testing on food 5 12 what the sampling plans introduced in part 1 are then examined in detail used process criterion in the canning industry to inactivate clostridium botulinum. Book review microbiology of canned foods br med j 1943 2 doi: https://doi org/101136/bmj24309170 (published 07 august 1943) cite this as: br med j. And frederick breidt microbiological spoilage of canned foods food spoilage can often be detected by visual examination ropy baked goods can. For bacteriological examination 5,594 cans of spoiled and sound non- acid t products canned foods and according to their ability to produce typical spoilage.
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