Food Microbiology

Course contents
  • - Special processes of foodborne infection and intoxication, microbial formation of contaminants in food (nitrite, histamine etc.), mycotoxins and their formation and conversion processes in foodstuffs
    - Special microbial detection methods: culture-based methods, culture-independent methods, rapid detection methods, detection of specific organisms
    - Microbiological safety of foods according to the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points plan and risk management based on quantitative microbial risk assessment
    - Special conservation requirements, cleaning and disinfection processes in the food industry and processing companies
    - Microbiological requirements for food quality, legal framework conditions and consumer protection laws
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