Food Online was broadcasting live at Process Expo 2015 in Chicago, recording podcasts with key attendees at the show. Todd Schnick, host of Food Online Voices, spoke with influential industry leaders about hot topics in food and beverage manufacturing. These podcasts address the latest in technology and processes as described by individuals who are driving developments in food safety, processing, and packaging.
In this podcast, Lynn Knipe, extension processed meats specialist at Ohio State University, looks at a variety of processing interventions available to prevent Listeria monocytogenes contamination in ready-to-eat meat products. Listeria is a pathogen that can tolerate most processing and packaging environments. Interventions to inhibit its growth can include antimicrobial agents as well as antimicrobial processes. This podcast summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of the methods that are currently commercially available and introduces emerging intervention technologies that will hopefully be commercially available in the near future.
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