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Efficiency of a commercial process for the storage and distribution of vacuum-packaged beef.

Author(s) : GILL C. O., JONES S. D. M.

Type of article: Article

Summary

The storage efficiency of a commercial process for the distribution of vacuum-packaged beef by road was assessed using a temperature function integration technique. Microorganism counts were made during storage, transport and analyses. The major factor contributing to poor storage performance was the failure to equilibrate product to near the optimum storage temperature before the product was loaded to transport.

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  • Original title: Efficiency of a commercial process for the storage and distribution of vacuum-packaged beef.
  • Record ID : 1993-2071
  • Languages: English
  • Source: Journal of Food Protection - vol. 55 - n. 11
  • Publication date: 1992/11
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