Antibacterial Activity of a Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate Product in Chiller Water Against Selected Bacteria on Broiler Carcasses

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Bactericidal activity of Brifisol K (a commercial blend of sodium acid pyrophosphate and orthophosphoric acid) (BK Ladenburg, Ladenburg, Germany) was evaluated during chilling of broiler carcasses. Brifisol K (1.5% at 1°C for 60 min) significantly reduced Escherichia coli, coliforms and aerobic plate counts (APC) on postchill broilers and increased shelflife by 1 to 2 days when stored at 4.4°C. Reductions in incidence and levels of Salmonella were directly related to successful neutralization of the carcass rinse solutions. Effective neutralization of all phosphate applications, whether the treatment is alkaline or acidic based, is extremely important for accurate quantification of bactericidal efficacy.

Keywords: ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY; BROILERS; CHILLING; PYROPHOSPHATES

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Poultry Science, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701

Publication date: May 1, 1995

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