Listeria monocytogenes HAZARD MANAGEMENT IN A TYPICAL PRODUCT: THE CIAUSCOLO

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M. Pacioni *
M. E. Telloni
G Blasi
S Fisichella
(*) Corresponding Author:
M. Pacioni | lucia.zoppi@pagepress.org

Abstract

The aim of the present study is to investigate operative procedures that allow to minimize Listeria monocytogenes (L. m.) hazard in the main traditional sausage of the internal areas of Marche (Italy): the Ciauscolo, that has received the quality trademark PGI. It is made from lean cuts of well mature pork that is finely minced, adding fat which give the salami his characteristic softness and flavour. It is characterized by having a very little maturing period that determine high aw levels and, for this peculiarity, it allows L. m development.

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