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Faecium are reported to survive for weeks on environmental surfaces, in soil for up to 77 days and in cheese for up to 180 days. Although the enterococci are generally persistent in the environment they are not particularly resistant to sanitisers (including sodium hypochlorite) or preservatives. There is concern, however, that some enterococci strains isolated from food have demonstrated multiple antibiotic resistance, including resistance to vancomycin. Thermal Resistance The enterococci are relatively heat resistant and are able to survive many mild pasteurisation processes.
Both toxins and spores will survive freezing. 6. This value is important in deﬁning which foods will receive a botulinum cook (see below). e. 5. Cl. botulinum toxin is stable at low pH but is quickly inactivated at pH 11. 94 is required to inhibit the growth of Group I Cl. botulinum. Group II The minimum temperature for growth is 3 1C, with a maximum of 40–45 1C and an optimum of 18–25 1C. The ability of Group II Cl. botulinum to grow at refrigerated temperatures has raised concerns over products that receive a mild heat treatment and are given an extended shelf life at chilled temperature, particularly if the products are modiﬁed-atmosphere/vacuum packaged.