In the fields of food microbiology, addition of cultures to meals is considered an innovative multi disciplinary method. Protective culture is regarded as a factor of food safety with an improvement in the microbiological aspect of food safety. Protective cultures comprise of bacteria that have been selected for their capability to resist the development of pathogenic organisms and agents of microbiological spoilage. This product comes with the status of ‘generally regarded as safe’ or GRAS status. As such, the bacterial species are entirely natural and hence the ‘green’ factor is added to its product labelling and the demand for such products is on the rise. This factor is estimated to bolster the growth of the global protective cultures market.
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Protective cultures come with antimicrobial effects within themselves, thanks to the production of certain metabolites, for instance, organic acids and. These products are involved with competitive exclusion and they defeat the spoilage agent for oxygen and nutrients.
Protective cultures come with bacteria that are selected based on their ability to check the development and spread of the pathogenic organism or microbiological agents in various types of food products, especially in processed meat and dairy products. In addition, protective cultures are also capable of restricting the growth of the E. Coli and listeria monocytogenes in gas-packed, vacuum, cooked, and sliced meat products. It also assists in checking the spread of campylobacter jejuni in chicken products that are packed in modified environment. Such multiple benefits are estimated to propel growth of the global protective cultures market in the years to come.
Protective cultures are regarded as an extremely promising and viable solution for preservation of food. They come with the promise of ensuring the safety and quality of fresh tasting, extended shelf life, and ready to eat minimally processed food items. These food items do not contain any kind of chemical preservatives.
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