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- Rajwar, Asmita, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 2016 v.56 no.14 pp. 2383-2390
- Enterobacteriaceae; World Health Organization; bacteria; decontamination; diet; educational materials; food pathogens; fruits; hygiene; irradiation; irrigation water; microbial load; microbiological criteria; minerals; monitoring; organic fertilizers; phenotype; preservatives; raw fruit; risk communication; soil quality; vegetables; viruses; vitamins; water quality
- ... Fresh fruits and vegetables are an important part of a healthful diet. They provide vitamins, minerals and fiber to help keep our body healthy. Occasionally, fresh fruits and vegetables can become contaminated with harmful bacteria or viruses, which are also known as pathogens. The major family of pathogen associated with food are members of Enterobacteriaceae which commonly form a part of microbi ...