Storage Temperatures Necessary to Maintain Cheese Safety

@inproceedings{Bishop2012StorageTN,
  title={Storage Temperatures Necessary to Maintain Cheese Safety},
  author={J Russell Bishop and Marianne Smukowski},
  year={2012}
}
Available information on bacterial pathogen growth, stasis, and death in cheeses was reviewed and evaluated to determine storage temperatures necessary to maintain product safety. In view of the variety and large volume of cheeses consumed throughout the world, the incidence of foodborne outbreaks associated with cheeses is extremely low. Research revealed that the inherent characteristics of most cheeses create a hostile environment for bacterial pathogens, especially at elevated ripening and… CONTINUE READING

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