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Tightened, Reduced, and Investigational Sampling

  • International Commission on Microbiological Specifications for Foods Staff

Abstract

Tightened sampling involves the use of more frequent sampling and/or more stringent sampling plans than normal. Reduced sampling involves less frequent sampling than normal. Investigational sampling consists of sampling to determine the cause of a problem.

Keywords

Sample Unit Sampling Plan Control Authority Acceptance Sampling Defective Unit 
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