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Use of Acidifiers in Controlling Salmonella-Nataliya Roth

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The Use of Acidifiers in Controlling Salmonella with Nataliya Roth, Technical Manager, BIOMIN
Click: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ame-foodtestingshow/2013/04/30/use-of-acidifiers-in-controlling-salmonella-nataliya-roth
Duration: 23 minutes, 25 seconds.
Nataliya was born in Ukraine. She studied technology of meat products at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Lviv, Ukraine.
She then moved to Austria to study Food Technology and Biotechnology at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna.
For the past 5 years she has worked as a technical manager for Biomin.
She is also working on her PhD thesis about the reduction of antibiotic resistant bacteria with help of feed additives.

Agenda:
1.    Introduction
2.    What is a foodborne pathogen?
3.    What is Salmonella?
4.    How can Salmonella be controlled in food?
5.    What are acidifiers?
6.    How can acidifiers be employed to control Salmonella?
7.    What products does BIOMIN Holding GmbH offer?
8.    What is the optimum application protocol?
9.    Conclusion

Nataliya ROTH DI (MSc)
Technical Manager
BIOMIN Holding GmbH
Industriestrasse 21
3130 Herzogenburg, Austria
Tel: +43 2782 803 314
Mobile: +43 664 8254 318
nataliya.roth@biomin.net
http://www.biomin.net

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