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Decontamination methods to prolong the shelf-life of minimally processed vegetables, state-of-the-art



Decontamination methods to prolong the shelf-life of minimally processed vegetables, state-of-the-art



Critical Reviews In Food Science And Nutrition: 6, 487-495



Minimally processed vegetables (MPV) are any fresh vegetables that have been physically altered from their original form, but remains in a fresh state. Microorganisms present in MPV can cause foodborne illnesses or spoilage; hence, decontamination of MPV can produce more stable products. The present review examines the difficulties to decontaminate and prolong the shelf-life of MPV, evaluating the current way of data analysis and interpretation.

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PMID: 18568855

DOI: 10.1080/10408390701638878


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