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What microbiological testing should be done on non-dairy products?

microbiological testing L Mono Salmonella APC EB Yeast and Mold pH Water Activity Coliforms E Coli

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#1 Travis Bos -WayFare Foods

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Posted 13 March 2018 - 09:05 PM

What microbiological and physical testing is recommended for refrigerated, ready to eat, non-dairy products? Right now we've done: Salmonella, Coliforms, Yeast and Mold, pH, Water Activity, and Total (Aerobic) Plate Count. Should we include Listeria Mono, EB, or any others? Are there some we shouldn't include? What are the industry standards for dairy substitutes?


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#2 praveennagh

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Posted 13 March 2018 - 09:16 PM

Please specify if its low/high risk product.


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