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Guide to Inspections of Low Acid Canned Food 48

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Association, Washington, D.C.

"Double Seam Inspection and Evaluation Sanitary Cans" American Can Co.

FDA State Training Branch Course Manuals, Low Acid Canned Foods," U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration, 1996.

"Fundamentals of Food Canning Technology", J. M. Jackson and B. M. Shinn. AVI Publishing Company, Westport, Connecticut.

"Guide to Inspection of Computerized Systems in Drug Processing" U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, FDA, Feb. 1983

"Laboratory Manual for Food Canners and Processors" Volume 1 and 2, The AVI Publishing Company, Westport, Connecticut. Complied by the National Canners Association Research Laboratories

"Procedures for Carrying Out a Heat Penetration Test and Analysis of the Resulting Data" Department of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. I.J. Plug. 1975

"Processes for Low-Acid Canned Foods in Glass Containers" Bulletin 30-L, Fifth Edition, National Food Processors Association, Washington, D.C.

Protocol for Carrying Out Heat Penetration Studies. Institute for Thermal Processing Specialists (IFTPS), P.O. Box 2764, Fairfax, VA. 22031-0764, 1995

"Retorts for Canning" Chicago Technical Center Continental Can Co., J.H. Bock (no longer in print)

"Software Development Activities" U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, FDA, July 1987

Temperature Distribution Protocol for Processing in Steam Still Retorts, Excluding Crateless Retorts, Institute for Thermal Processing Specialists (IFTPS), P.O. Box 2764, Fairfax, VA. 22031-0764, 1992

"Thermal Processes for Low-Acid Foods in Metal Containers" Bulletin 26-L Twelfth Edition, National Food Processors Association, Washington D.C.

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