Green Tea Polyphenols as Potential Food Additives

@inproceedings{Shi2018GreenTP,
  title={Green Tea Polyphenols as Potential Food Additives},
  author={Danxia Shi},
  year={2018}
}
As time has progressed, companies have increasingly produced foods for longer term storage. This has led to an increased use of food preservatives in processed foods. People have now come to expect many foods to have a significantly longer shelf life, and this is a matter of government concern for public health due to foodborne contaminations. Foodborne illnesses have become a common problem caused by bacteria (i.e. Escherichia coli). Finding an effective natural preservative source might be… CONTINUE READING

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