Food spoilage has been an interest since the dawn of humanity and it continues today. It is generally a combination of odor, appearance, texture, and color that indicate a food is “spoiled” and is no longer safe to eat. With modern storage and distribution networks, many professional try to measure indicators of shelf life and determine biochemically what is happening as foods spoil.
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The organism, Escherichia coli 0157:H7, also known as hemorrhagic E. coli, causes an illness known as hemorrhagic colitis.READ MORE
Over time, food products will begin to deteriorate. One critical aspect of this process is to monitor the degradation processes using a variety of analyses including peroxide value, iodine number, p-anisidine value, biogenic amines, thiobarbituric acid (TBA), and free fatty acids. Download our White Paper to learn more.READ MORE
Mycotoxins are not produced all the time, but can present under specific growing conditions and colonize crops.READ MORE