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As they grow they have extensive mycelium with tinges of brown, red, purple, and pink. Penicillium moulds produce many different mycotoxins. They typically spoil fruits causing blue and blue-green colouration. 3 Yeasts Many yeasts can grow over a wide pH range. 65. Yeasts Microbiology of canned foods 17 are not very heat resistant and are generally destroyed by pasteurising at 60–65 °C. Food spoilage can result if the product is under-processed or by organisms entering containers post-process (leakers).
St. e. food handlers. Staphylococci are found in the nasal passages, throats, on the skin and hair of more than half of healthy people. e. e. >8 °C), which allows the organism to grow and produce its toxin. The symptoms (nausea, vomiting, cramping) of staphylococcal food poisoning are very fast (a few hours) and usually acute. • Salmonella spp. are Gram-negative, rod shaped, motile bacteria that do not form spores. They are widespread in occurrence, being found, for example, in fresh and salt water, soil, and animal faeces.
7 are classified as acid foods; examples include tomatoes, onions, and pears. g. citrus, rhubarb, berries). 6 or lower by the addition of acids or acid foods. Vinegar, or any safe and suitable organic acid or acid food, can be used for this purpose. Acidification is one means of preserving food products; in addition to preventing bacterial growth, acidification helps maintain a desired product quality. Puddings, cucumbers, artichokes, cauliflower, peppers, and fish are examples of low-acid foods which are normally acidified.