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Archived - Chapter 4 - Meat Processing Controls and Procedures
4.9 Emulsification

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Potential hazards associated with emulsification include pathogen outgrowth from precursor materials, temperature abuse during production, and metal particles from the equipment.

See Annex O for policy specifications on the detection of E. coli O157:H7 in raw beef.

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