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Gyeonggi, South Korea

Hong S.W.,Yonsei University | Choi J.Y.,Maeil Dairies Co. | Chung K.S.,Yonsei University
Journal of Food Science | Year: 2012

The bacterial community of Chungkookjang and raw rice-straw collected from various areas in South Korea was investigated using both culture-dependent and culture-independent methods. Pure cultures were isolated from Chungkookjang and raw rice-straw on tryptic soy agar plates with 72 to 121 colonies and identified by 16S rDNA gene sequence analysis, respectively. The traditional culture-based method and denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis analysis of PCR-amplified 16S rDNA confirmed that Pantoea agglomerans and B. subtilis were identified as predominant in the raw rice-straw and Chungkookjang, respectively, from Iljuk district of Gyeonggi province, P. ananatis and B. licheniformis were identified as predominant in the raw rice-straw and Chungkookjang from Wonju district of Gangwon province, and Microbacterium sp. and B. licheniformis were identified as predominant in the raw rice-straw and Chungkookjang from Sunchang district of Jeolla province. Other strains, such as Bacillus, Enterococcus, Pseudomonas, Rhodococcus, and uncultured bacteria were also present in raw rice-straw and Chungkookjang. Practical Application: A comprehensive analysis of these microorganisms would provide a more detailed understanding of the biologically active components of Chungkookjang and help improve its quality. Polymerase chain reaction-denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis analysis can be successfully applied to a fermented food to detect unculturable or more species than the culture-dependent method. This technique is an effective and convenient culture-independent method for studying the bacterial community in Chungkookjang. In this study, the bacterial community of Chungkookjang collected from various areas in South Korea was investigated using both culture-dependent and culture-independent methods. © 2012 Institute of Food Technologists®. Source


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Maeil Dairies Co. | Date: 2014-10-15

Milk; milk products, namely, evaporated milk; milk products excluding ice cream, ice milk and frozen yogurt. Coffee; ice milk, ice cream and frozen yogurt.


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Maeil Dairies Co. | Date: 2014-10-15

Milk; milk products, namely, evaporated milk; milk products excluding ice cream, ice milk and frozen yogurt. Coffee; ice milk, ice cream and frozen yogurt.


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Maeil Dairies Co. | Date: 2014-12-29

Cultures of microorganisms for medical and veterinary use; Contact lens cleaning preparations; Glucose for medical purposes; Mineral salts derived from mineral water for medical purposes; Mineral waters for medical purposes; Medicinal drinks; Lacteal flour for babies; Chewing gum for medical purposes; Dietetic substances adapted for medical use, namely, sugar, pasta and crackers; Dietetic milk sugar for pharmaceutical purposes; Dietetic beverages adapted for medical purposes, namely, malted milk; Food for babies; Candy for medical purposes; Air deodorizing preparations; Deodorants for clothing and textiles; Air purifying preparations; Fly glue; Fly catching paper; Mothproofing paper; Adhesive tapes for medical purposes; Hemostatic styptic pencils; Babies diapers in the nature of napkins; Baby diapers; Bandages for dressings; Headache pencils; Adhesive plasters for medical purposes; Gauze for dressings; Absorbent cotton for medical purposes; Menstruation bandages; Disinfectants for hygiene purposes; Nutritive substances for microorganisms for medical use; Teeth filling material; Diapers for pets.


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Maeil Dairies Co. | Date: 2014-12-29

Silkworm chrysalis, for human consumption; Meat; Ham; Sausages; Bacon; Pork; Poultry, not live; Jerky; Foods made from fish, namely, fishcakes; Fish, not live; Crustaceans, not live; Shellfish, not live; Fruit-based snack food; Almonds, ground; Frozen fruits; Soups; Frozen vegetables; Preserved beans for food; Toasted laver; Vegetable juices for cooking; Preserved vegetables; Cooked vegetables; Dried vegetables; Quail eggs; Eggs; Snail eggs for consumption; Beverages consisting principally of milk; Dairy products, namely, cream; Fermented milk, namely, kumys; Milk beverage, namely, kefir; Yoghurt; Milk; Margarine; Condensed milk; Cheese; Butter; Milk products excluding ice cream, ice milk and frozen yogurt; Milk powder; Soya milk for use as a milk substitute; Edible oils; Olive oil for food; Maize oil; Edible fats; Coconut fruit butter; Sunflower oil for food; Fruit salads; Vegetable salads; Fruit jellies; Prepared nuts; Dried edible fungus; Tofu; Bean curd; Fermented bean curd; Seaweed extracts for food; Tinned or Canned Fish; Processed betel nut.

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