A microbiological survey of fresh meat in the supermarket trade. Part 2: beef retail cuts.

@article{Nortj1989AMS,
  title={A microbiological survey of fresh meat in the supermarket trade. Part 2: beef retail cuts.},
  author={G L Nortj{\'e} and Louis Hendrik Nel and Eduard Jordaan and R. T. Naud{\'e} and Wilhelm H Holzapfel and R J Grimbeek},
  journal={Meat science},
  year={1989},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={99-112}
}
An assessment was made of the microbiological quality of the final product (different retail cuts), produced by two different retail supermarket groups (A & B). The influence of sanitary conditions on the microbiological quality of the final product was evaluated, and the possible influences on shelf life were determined. Supermarket group A (Sup group A) received carcasses with significantly lower surface counts of micro-organisms than supermarket group B (Sup group B), while the latter had a… CONTINUE READING