Since the second edition of Listeria, Listeriosis, and Food Safetywas published in 1999, the United States has seen a 40 percent decline in the incidence of listeriosis, with the current annual rate of illness rapidly approaching the 2010 target of 2.5 cases per million. Research on this food-borne pathogen, however, has continued unabated, concentrating in the last five years on establishing risk assessments to focus limited financial resources on certain high-risk foods. Listeria, Listeriosis, and Food Safety, Third Edition summarizes much of the newly published literature and integrates this information with earlier knowledge to present readers with a complete and current overview of foodborne listeriosis. Two completely new chapters have been added to this third edition. The first deals with risk assessment, cost of foodborne listeriosis outbreaks, and regulatory control of the Listeria problem in various countries. The second identifies specific data gaps and directions for future research efforts. All of the chapters from the second edition have been revised, many by new authors, to include updated information on listeriosis in animals and humans, pathogenesis and characteristics of Listeria monocytogenes, methods of detection, and subtyping. The text covers the incidence and behavior of Listeria monocytogenes in many high-risk foods including, fermented and unfermented dairy products, meat, poultry, and egg products, fish and seafood products, and products of plant origin. Upholding the standard of the first two editions, Listeria, Listeriosis, and Food Safety, Third Edition provides the most current information to food scientists, microbiologists, researchers, and public health practitioners.Traditionally, fresh mozzarella has been produced from the highfat milk of the water buffalo, whereas mozzarella cheese for use on ... Production of these pasta filata-type cheeses is similar in that the resulting curd is always stretched in hot ( 65a85AdC) water and then ... as well as Colby, Cheddar, Swiss, Emmentaler, GruyAure, Romano, and Parmesan, the last two of which are very hard grating cheeses.
|Title||:||Listeria, Listeriosis, and Food Safety, Third Edition|
|Author||:||Elliot T. Ryser, Elmer H. Marth|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2007-03-27|