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Control of Listeria in the dairy plant



Control of Listeria in the dairy plant



Veterinary and Human Toxicology 29(3): 247-249



357 dairy plants surveyed by FDA in the USA during April-Aug. 1986 showed results of microbial contamination of products as follows: 9 with Listeria monocytogenes, 20 with non-pathogenic enterobacteria and 1 with Salmonella. L. monocytogenes has emerged as a serious microbial contaminant in the dairy industry, in particular bacterial cells endocytosed by leukocytes may be resistant to min. time-temp. pasteurization processes.

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