Microbial contamination

Microbiological contamination refers to the non-intended or accidental introduction of microbes such as bacteria, yeast, mould, fungi, virus, prions, protozoa or their toxins and by-products.

Prominent changes for Product Contamination include: loss of viscosity and sedimentation due to depolymerisation of suspending agents, pH Changes, Gas Production, Faulty smell, shiny viscous masses etc.

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