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Microbial assessment and microbiological quality of some commercially prepared yoghurt retailed in Ibadan, Oyo State, Southwestern Nigeria.

@inproceedings{Alli2010MicrobialAA,
  title={Microbial assessment and microbiological quality of some commercially prepared yoghurt retailed in Ibadan, Oyo State, Southwestern Nigeria.},
  author={John Adeolu Alli and Afolabi Oluwadun and Iheanyi O. Okonko and O. E. Fagade and A. F. Kolade and Victoria O. Ogunleye},
  year={2010}
}
Yogurts are ready to drink foods commonly taken for energy production and for health in Nigeria but there is paucity of studies done to evaluate their food safety. Therefore this study was carried out to determine the microflora of some available yogurts sold in Ibadan. Twenty types of commercially prepared yogurt products were purchased, from Ibadan in Oyo State, Nigeria and its’ environs, transported, processed and analyzed using standard laboratory methods. A total of 25 different organisms… 

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