Investigating the epidemiology of Salmonella in pork. A systematic review approach from slaughter to coolerInternational Conference on the Epidemiology and Control of Biological, Chemical and Physical Hazards in Pigs and Pork
AbstractThe purpose of the review was to describe, based on all available studies that could be identified, the points of introduction and amplification of Salmonella in the harvest process to the cooler. These results were obtained from 15 publications which described 40 studies that evaluated the presence of Salmonella on pork carcasses during primary processing. The review concluded that there is little evidence that Salmonella is introduced into the pork product as it moves along the processing chain to the cooler.
Book Title8th International Symposium Epidemiology and Control of Foodborne Pathogens in Pork
Citation InformationAnnette M. O'Connor, James D. McKean and J. Dickson. "Investigating the epidemiology of Salmonella in pork. A systematic review approach from slaughter to cooler" (2009)
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