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Mini review: Antimicrobial strategies in the production of fresh-cut lettuce products

@inproceedings{Tirpanalan2011MiniRA,
  title={Mini review: Antimicrobial strategies in the production of fresh-cut lettuce products},
  author={{\"O}zge Tirpanalan and M. Žunabovi{\'c} and K. Domig and W. Kneifel},
  year={2011}
}
As the consumer attitudes shift to healthier, low caloric value as well as to convenience products, the demand for whole and fresh-cut produce has proportionally increased over the last decade [19, 53, 55]. Together with the grown market, an increased number of outbreaks associated with fresh-cut produce brought the necessity to deal with microbial decontamination methods of the fresh-cut lettuce products. Between 1994 and 2011, more than twenty alerts have been notified through the RASFF… Expand

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