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Lowdown on natural anit-microbials from CCFRA. (Ingredients).

Campden & Chorleywood Food Research Association Group has released a new publication which focuses on natural food ingredients with anti-microbial activity and a potential role in food preservation. Food ingredients as natural anti-microbial agents (CCFRA Review No. 31) describes a wide range of ingredients which are known to contain natural anti-microbial chemicals, and comments on the nature of the anti-microbial component. It also describes the effects of the food matrix on the efficacy of the anti-microbial and discusses the potential for the use of natural anti-microbials with other food preservatives.

Contact: CCFRA Technology Ltd., tel: 01386 842000.
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Date:Jun 1, 2002
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