Antimicrobial activity of coriander oil and its effectiveness as food preservative

@article{Silva2017AntimicrobialAO,
  title={Antimicrobial activity of coriander oil and its effectiveness as food preservative},
  author={Filomena Silva and Fernanda Domingues},
  journal={Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition},
  year={2017},
  volume={57},
  pages={35 - 47}
}
ABTRACT Foodborne illness represents a major economic burden worldwide and a serious public health threat, with around 48 million people affected and 3,000 death each year only in the USA. One of the possible strategies to reduce foodborne infections is the development of effective preservation strategies capable of eradicating microbial contamination of foods. Over the last years, new challenges for the food industry have arisen such as the increase of antimicrobial resistance of foodborne… Expand
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