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Listeria monocytogenes in smallgoods: risks and controls

Listeria monocytogenes, has been recognised as a major cause of foodborne disease over the past 20 years.

There is plenty of evidence that it can be a problem for ready-to-eat meat products. For this reason,it has been the focus of food safety activity at Meat & Livestock Australia over the past few years.

Scientists at University of Tasmania carried out a national risk assessment of Listeria in smallgoods and demonstrated how antimicrobials reduce that risk, and researchers at Food Science Australia reveiwed anti-Listeria technologies.

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310.7KB 01/11/2006

Contracts

Contract No. Title Start date End date Funding type
A.MFS.0192
Practical control of Listeria monocytogenes panel participation- 2009/10
20/07/2009 30/06/2010
Industry
A.MFS.0189
Practical Listeria Control Panel
01/07/2009 30/06/2010
Industry CMA
A.MFS.0092
CMA - Listeria workshops for smallgoods manufacturers
28/07/2006 30/11/2006
Industry CMA

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