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European perspectives on Listeria monocytogenes


, : European perspectives on Listeria monocytogenes. Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation 14(4): 212-214

Problems faced by EC food processors and food inspection authorities in connection with the incidence and detection of Listeria in food products are discussed, and the basis for a quantitative approach to assessment of Listeria contamination is described using German recommendations as an example.

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