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G. Zygosacch. bailii Sorbate Some E. coli strains Nitrites/nitrates Lact. acidophilus Sulphur dioxide Zygosaccharomyces spp. Chlorine Ps. fragi Alcohol Sacch. cerevisiae Irradiation Sporeformers, M. radiodurans, streptococci Candida spp. Acid Most yeasts and moulds Lactic acid bacteria REFERENCES             Hine DJ. Shelf-life prediction. In Paine FA, Ed. Modern packaging and distribution systems of food. 62. Labuza TP, Taoukis PS. The relationship between processing and shelf life.
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GRAM POSITIVE SPORE-FORMING BACTERIA This group of microorganisms is of particular significance due to their ability to produce spores, which can survive heat treatments and germinate under suitable conditions and start the spoilage. They are mainly involved in the spoilage of the canned foods. 32 Application of Alternative Food-Preservation Technologies Speranza et al. : this genus includes mainly aerobic species, involved in the spoilage of milk (some psychrotrophic strains) (sweet curdling and bitty cream spoilage), ropy spoilage of bread (B.