Novel techniques for microbiological safety in meat and fish industries
UNIVERSAL IDENTIFIER: http://hdl.handle.net/11093/2949
EDITED VERSION: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/12/1/319
UNESCO SUBJECT: 3309.13 Conservación de Alimentos ; 3309.90 Microbiología de Alimentos ; 3303.03 Procesos Químicos
DOCUMENT TYPE: article
The consumer tendency towards convenient, minimally processed meat items has placed extreme pressure on processors to certify the safety of meat or meat products without compromising the quality of product and to meet consumer’s demand. This has prompted difficulties in creating and carrying out novel processing advancements, as the utilization of more up-to-date innovations may influence customer decisions and assessments of meat and meat products. Novel advances received by the fish and meat industries for controlling food-borne microbes of huge potential general wellbeing concern, gaps in the advancements, and the requirement for improving technologies that have been demonstrated to be effective in research settings or at the pilot scale shall be discussed. Novel preparing advancements in the meat industries warrant microbiological approval before being named as industrially suitable alternatives and authorizing infra-structural changes. This miniature review presents the novel techniques for the microbiological safety of meat products, including both thermal and non-thermal methods. These technologies are being successfully implemented and rationalized in subsisting processing surroundings.
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