2001
DOI: 10.1590/s1517-83822001000200009
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Abstract: ABSTRACTSeventy-two cartons of yoghurt were sampled three times at monthly intervals from four different local manufacturers. Total counts were close to 6 x 10 7 cells g -1 of yoghurt. Yeast counts varied from 1 to 2,700 g -1 . There was no evidence of systematic contamination at source but this longitudinal study revealed that ad hoc contamination and improper storage led to the higher yeast counts. Contamination was generally higher in the hotter months but was lower overall than reported from other countri…

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