Storage method affects microbial stability of eggs

08-06-2001 | | |

Outbreak investigations of human Salmonella Enteritidis infections have shown that shell eggs and egg products are the most common sources. Storing conditions prove to play an important role in the level of contamination of the egg content.

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Keywords: eggs, microbes, health, retail, human health


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