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Introduction

  • Tetsuya Sawaki

Abstract

Issues related to spore-forming acidophilic bacteria, Alicyclobacillus, are among the most serious problems facing the beverage industry in recent years. This book was written for the purpose of providing a compilation of currently available information about this concern, and it is hoped it will serve as a reference to inquiries on this issue from those involved in beverage production as well as the suppliers of major ingredients such as juice concentrates, liquid sugars and other additives.

Keywords

Copper Sulfide Lactobacillus Acidophilus Acetic Acid Bacterium Bacillus Coagulans Syst Bacteriol 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tetsuya Sawaki
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  1. 1.Safety Science InstituteSuntory LimitedJapan

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