There is No One-Size-Fits-All Model for Microbial Risk Analysis - But There is A Better Way

Microbial growth of pathogens can vary dramatically for different food product formulations and storage conditions. Predictive microbiology is an area of science which analyses the effect of changing environmental conditions such as temperature, water activity, acidity and humidity on the growth of pathogens in products.

Posted on: 01/11/2013  By: Creme Global

 Tags: Additives Creme Microbial Food Microbial Microbiology Modelling Pathogen Risk Analysis

From Oil Reserves to Consumer Safety: Avoiding Pitfalls in Aggregate Exposure

"Merely adding arithmetically the proven reserves reported by each of the countries of the world significantly underestimates the true figure. These data instead need to be added probabilistically rather than arithmetically, with the result that the true reserves for the world may be nearly twice the conventional figure."

Posted on: 07/02/2013  By: Mark Lambe

 Tags: Aggregate Exposure Consumer Decision Makers Expert Models Exposure Modelling Probability Risk Analysis Statistics