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- Guo, Mingming; Jin, Tony Z.; Scullen, O. Joseph; Sommers, Christopher H.
- Journal of food science 2013 v.78 no.8 pp. 1195
- Listeria innocua; Listeria monocytogenes; allyl isothiocyanate; antibacterial properties; bacterial contamination; coatings; food contamination; food pathogens; freezing; frozen foods; frozen storage; microbial growth; pathogen survival; product safety; ready-to-eat foods; risk; shrimp; synergism; temperature; thawing
- ... Foodborne pathogens such as Listeria monocytogenes could pose a health risk for frozen ready-to-eat (RTE) shrimp as the pathogen can grow following thawing. In this study, antimicrobial coating treatments alone, or in combination with cryogenic freezing, were evaluated for their ability to inhibit the growth of Listeria innocua, a surrogate for L. monocytogenes, on RTE shrimp during thawing. Cooke ...