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Purac introduces PuraQ® Safe RS39, a new preservation solution for refrigerated food.

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Purac introduces PuraQ® Safe RS39, a new preservation solution for refrigerated food.

November 10
14:51 2011

Purac launches PuraQ Safe RS39 a new preservation product for refrigerated food. PuraQ Safe RS39 is designed to control Listeria monocytogenes and is a great match with mildly acidified food, such as deli salads, sauces, brines and dressings.
With 80 years of experience, Purac is an expert in the field of organic acids and food microbiology. Using this extensive knowledge, Purac has developed PuraQ Safe RS39 a robust food safety hurdle for refrigerated food products. Several studies have shown that PuraQ Safe RS39 fully controls the foodborne pathogen Listeria, as well as spoilage microorganisms, such as lactic acid bacteria and yeasts. The results of these studies have helped perfect Purac’s predictive Listeria Control Model, which has been proven in various applications.
“For years, product developers from all over the world have used our Listeria Control Model to ensure their products meet the latest food safety regulations,” said Ivo van der Linden, Category Manager Preservation at Purac. “Combining products from the PuraQ portfolio, such as the new PuraQ Safe RS39, with our predictive models and our extensive application research, provides a solid foundation for shortening development time and creating safer products. It allows manufacturers to move away from the usual limitations when developing tastier and safer products.” .

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