Biopreservation, promising strategies to improve the safety and shelf-life of foods: A review

@inproceedings{Bekuma2017BiopreservationPS,
  title={Biopreservation, promising strategies to improve the safety and shelf-life of foods: A review},
  author={Amanuel Bekuma},
  year={2017}
}
Biopreservation refers to the use of antagonistic microorganisms or their metabolic products to inhibit or destroy undesired microorganisms in foods to enhance food safety and extend shelf life. In order to achieve improved food safety and to harmonize consumer demands with the necessary safety standards, traditional means of controlling microbial spoilage and safety hazards in foods are being replaced by combinations of innovative technologies that include biological antimicrobial systems such… Expand

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