A recent study published in LWT, found that bacterial cultures, known as protective cultures, can fight pathogens and prevent them from causing illness by hampering their ability to infect someone at several key points.
Protective bacterial cultures
Climate change could have a big impact on the microbiological quality of raw milk in Europe, according to a study.
While many organisms suffer from the increased temperatures of climate change, some E. coli strains seem to be thriving. The danger is
An overview report on official controls for fruit and vegetables in Europe covering a number of years has shown improvement, but areas of concern still remain.
European Union laws aim to ensure the microbiological safety of fruits and vegetables. To
As we’ve learnt with the recent pandemic, understanding the current and future microbiology issues affecting the food industry plays an important part in helping you prepare for them.
Each year we run a conference featuring experts from across the in
Public Health England researchers have looked at the microbiological quality of raw drinking milk and unpasteurized dairy products over a six-year period.
Findings highlight the public health risk associated with these items and provide further justi
The FSAI today publishes its Audit of the Official Controls Undertaken by the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA) Regarding the Microbiological Classification of Shellfish Waters. The FSAI has overall responsibility for the enforcement of food
FSA Chairman, Heather Hancock has announced the reappointment of Professor David McDowell, Professor Peter McClure and Dr Dan Tucker to the Advisory Committee on the Microbiological Safety of Food (ACMSF).
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