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Application of a temperature function integration technique to assess the hygienic adequacy of a process for spray chilling beef carcasses.

Author(s) : GILL C. O., JONES S. D. M., TONG A. K. W.

Type of article: Article

Summary

The process involves the automatic loading of beef sides into two continuous chillers, where the sides are periodically sprayed with water during the early part of the process, and subsequently are exposed to subzero air temperatures. The potential proliferations of Escherichia coli were calculated from 48 temperature histories obtained from the site-on-side surfaces that have been shown to remain at the highest temperatures for the longest periods. Results are discussed.

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  • Original title: Application of a temperature function integration technique to assess the hygienic adequacy of a process for spray chilling beef carcasses.
  • Record ID : 1993-0302
  • Languages: English
  • Source: Journal of Food Protection - vol. 54 - n. 9
  • Publication date: 1991/09
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