Microbiological examination of ready-to-eat foods and ready-to-bake frozen pastries from university canteens

  • Kotzekidou P
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Abstract

During a 10-year inspection survey (2001-2010), a microbiological study of ready-to-eat (RTE) foods and ready-to-bake frozen pastries from 15 canteens of the university campus was undertaken to determine their microbiological quality. The cumulative study revealed that the aerobic colony counts for the RTE product groups were as follows: from 106to 108CFU/g for 50% of sandwiches; under the detection limit (

Author-supplied keywords

  • Desserts
  • Foodborne pathogens
  • Frozen pastries
  • Oven baked pastries
  • Ready-to-eat foods
  • Sandwiches

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