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Limit for aerobic colony count in ready to use marinades


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#1 Renu Sanghvi

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Posted 19 July 2017 - 11:18 AM

Aerobic colony count can increase during storage of a ready to eat packed food product  from initial level. For example - Ready to use Marinades .

Secondly, what is the limit for Aerobic colony count in product like ready to use pack  marinades as per USDA.



#2 rdeboer1986

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Posted 21 July 2017 - 12:47 PM

I think you need to provide some more information? You mention ready to eat food but then you refer to ready to use marinades?

 

I.e. does the marinade undergo some kind of heat treatment to kill pathogenics at the end of your process? Then it would be reasonable to think the product is free from pathogens. 

 

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