She found that, because of oxidation, food contact surfaces made of materials containing copper are far less habitable for bacteria than stainless steel, which showed no antimicrobial properties at all.
What does FCS stand for?
FCS stands for Food Contact Surface
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- Florida Citizens for Science
- Florida Citrus Sports
- Flow Cytometry Standard
- Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy
- Focal Glomerulosclerosis
- Fondation de Coopération Scientifique (French: Scientific Cooperation Foundation)
- Food and Consumer Services (USDA)
- Food, Clothing, Shelter (poverty measurement, subsistence)
- Football Championship Series
- Football Championship Subdivision
- Football Club de Sourcieux (Sourcieux-les-Mines, France)
- For Christ's Sake
- Forecasted Component Schedule
- Forefront Client Security (software)
- Foreign Commercial Service
- Fort Calhoun Station
- Fort Collins Symphony (Colorado)
Samples in periodicals archive:
More bacterial cells were present on food contact surfaces after 48 hours than after 8 hours, probably because of the longer time available for the cells to proliferate and form a biofilm--a thin, resistant layer of microorganisms--as protection against environmental stress.
NSF non-food compound registered as safe for use on incidental food contact surfaces.
Adding the claim for sanitizing food contact surfaces to our current high-efficacy, broad-spectrum disinfecting claims significantly expands our addressable markets and further differentiates SDC from competing technologies.
Wood, of course, is not an approved food contact surface since microbe-carrying moisture can soak into it and contaminate any product or utensil placed on it.
Store flatware so servers can grasp handles, not food contact surfaces.
Equipment left or dropped on the drain, employees' clothing, hands, and gloves and pests such as fruit flies can all provide ways for Listeria to move from a non-food contact surface like a floor drain to food or a food contact surface.
monocytogenes is in a food-processing environment, it may become established on food contact surfaces and non-food-contact surfaces (e.