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Principles and Methodologies for the Determination of Shelf–Life in Foods
The establishment of validated methodologies for the determination of food shelf-life is currently demanded by both food industries and Health Authorities at national and international scale. It is well known that most ...
Food Safety Risk Management
It is a principal aim of governments to assure the safety of societies in all sectors. In the food field, safety has been dealt with for a long time by making decisions in an empirical manner. Recently, risk management ...
Modelling of the Behaviour of Salmonella enterica serovar Reading on Commercial Fresh-Cut Iceberg Lettuce Stored at Different Temperatures
The aim of this study was to model the growth and survival behaviour of Salmonella Reading and endogenous lactic acid bacteria on fresh pre-cut iceberg lettuce stored under modified atmosphere packaging for 10 days at ...
From Cheese-Making to Consumption: Exploring the Microbial Safety of Cheeses through Predictive Microbiology Models
Cheeses are traditional products widely consumed throughout the world that have been frequently implicated in foodborne outbreaks. Predictive microbiology models are relevant tools to estimate microbial behavior in these ...