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Taleggio : the antagonistic effects of surface flora


, : Taleggio : the antagonistic effects of surface flora. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 570): 16

Taleggio is a washed-rind cheese produced in the Lombardy region in Northern Italy. Its rind is formed by the successive development of moulds, yeasts and bacteria. The bacteria used are primarily the Micrococcaceae family (with the dominant spp. being Micrococcus and Staphylococcus) and bacilli (Corynebacterium, Gram positive non-sporeforming Microbacterium and Brevibacterium).


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