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Record number 369948
Title Quantification of Campylobacter jejuni cross-contamination via hands, cutlery, and cutting board during preparation of a chicken fruit salad
Author(s) Verhoeff-Bakkenes, L.; Beumer, R.R.; Jonge, R. de; Leusden, F.M. van; Jong, A.E.I. de
Source Journal of Food Protection 71 (2008)5. - ISSN 0362-028X - p. 1018 - 1022.
Department(s) Food Microbiology
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Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2008
Keyword(s) food-handling practices - foodborne pathogens - domestic kitchen - united-states - risk-factors - survival - infection - safety - salmonella - surfaces
Abstract Using artificially contaminated chicken, the quantitative overall effect of Campylobacter jejuni cross-contamination, either via cutlery, cutting board, or hands, on the microbiological quality of a chicken salad was tested to identify the most critical transfer route. The end contamination level of salads prepared according to different scenarios, with or without cross-contamination, was compared. It was shown that the mean transfer rate calculated for all salads prepared allowing cross-contamination was 0.12% of the initial number of C. jejuni on the chicken fillet (8.8 ± 0.2 log CFU). The difference in calculated transfer rates for the tested cross-contamination routes was not significantly different (P > 0.05). The prevention of cross-contamination by replacing cutlery and cutting board after handling raw chicken and the prevention of hand contact resulted in considerably reduced end contamination levels (
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