Unpasteurized juices

Michael Kolotila mkolotila at necc.mass.edu
Wed Sep 9 14:19:22 EST 1998

when some bacteria grow in grape juice it called vinegar.  should
pasteurize grape juice

 Michael P. Kolotila, Ph.D.        * e-mail: mkolotila at necc.mass.edu   
 Biotechnology Program Coordinator *          
 Department of Natural Science and *
 Department of Computer and        *
 Information Sciences              * phone and
 Northern Essex Community College  * voice mail:  978-556-3644
 Elliott Way                       * fax       :  978-556-3729
 Haverhill, MA  01830-2399         *              
       "A little caffeine is good for the soul."  --David Hamburger          

On 9 Sep 1998, Modem wrote:

> PJ>I have been seing listserv messages for the past few months on the hazards
> PJ>of unpasteurized Apple juice. I understand the hazards inherent with
> PJ>drinking this type of juice, but I was wondering, is apple juice the only
> PJ>juice needing to be pasteurized? If not then why hasn't there been any
> PJ>postings about Orange juice, or grapefruit juice problems?
> PJ>Peter Smith
> Supposedly citrur juices are too acid for bacteria to be a concern.
> Haven't heard any thing about other juices such as grape.

More information about the Microbio mailing list

Send comments to us at biosci-help [At] net.bio.net