Application of an iterative approach for development of a microbial model predicting the shelf-life of packed fish.

  title={Application of an iterative approach for development of a microbial model predicting the shelf-life of packed fish.},
  author={Paw Dalgaard and Ole Mejlholm and Harald Huss},
  journal={International journal of food microbiology},
  volume={38 2-3},
An iterative approach was used to develop a microbial model for shelf-life prediction of cod fillets packed in modified atmospheres. The effect of temperature (0-15 degrees C) and CO2 (0-100%) on growth of the specific spoilage organism, Photobacterium phosphoreum, was studied in packed cod and in liquid media. P. phosphoreum was a dominant part of the spoilage microflora of packed cod stored at the extremes of the range of conditions studied. The organism is therefore likely to be important… CONTINUE READING
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