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Irradiation as a sanitary treatment for meat and meat products


, : Irradiation as a sanitary treatment for meat and meat products. Journal of the Thai Veterinary Medical Association 54(1/2): 1-7

This article discusses ionizing radiation, microbiological safety of food using ionizing radiation, safety of irradiated food, current applications of irradiation as a sanitary treatment, and benefit of irradiation of meat products in Thailand.

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