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For more information, go to: All high-risk products must be produced in a non-home based commercial facility. These include, but are not limited to:. If you are uncertain if your canned goods are low-acid or acidified, contact a Food Compliance Officer at for guidance. If you are starting a non-home based commercial food processing facility for high risk or low risk foods, click here for start-up information.
Do you have a pet that comes in your home at any time even if only at night? If so, you cannot manufacture foods in your home. This practice is a violation of the Good Manufacturing Practices.
Check your home processing area to ensure it meets federal food safety requirements. Your home processing area must meet the standards set by: If you have determined that you qualify as a home-based business, check with your local government for compliance with local zoning laws.
Also check your neighborhood organizations to be sure a home-based business is allowed in your neighborhood. If your only water source is from a well, the water must be tested for coliform bacteria before an inspection is made. Test results within 1 year of your application and must be attached with your completed application. Water testing is available from private companies or your local health department.
Provide a brief description of your business to be included with your application to become a home processor. The following items should be included:. Any products to be sold to consumers must be packaged to protect them from contamination. A label must be affixed to the package with:. Manufacturers name and address 3. Complete list of ingredients in order of predominance by weight. The label must declare all of the components of the ingredient you use [ie: The easiest way is to copy directly from the ingredient package for each of the ingredients.
Any duplications of an ingredient can be deleted after listing where it is most concentrated ie: Pseudomonas lurida Behrendt et al. Pseudomonas lutea Peix et al.
Pseudomonas luteola Kodama et al. Two new species of Pseudomonas: According to Holmes et al. This result suggests that Chryseomonas Holmes et al. Pseudomonas mallei Zopf Redfearn et al.
Die Spaltpilze, 3rd ed. Edward Trewendt, Breslau, , pp. A comparative study of Pseudomonas pseudomallei and Bacillus mallei. Journal of General Microbiology , , 43 , Pseudomonas maltophilia ex Hugh and Ryschenkow Hugh , sp. The name Pseudomonas maltophilia is also documented as Hugh and Ryschenkow .
However, the effective publication is a paper by Hugh and Ryschenkow . An alcaligenes-like Pseudomonas species. Pseudomonas maltophilia , an alcaligenes-like species. Pseudomonas mandelii Verhille et al.
Pseudomonas marginalis Brown Stevens , species. Some bacterial diseases of lettuce. Journal of Agricultural Research , , 13 , Pseudomonas marina Cobet et al. The effect of nickel on a marine bacterium, Arthrobacter marinus sp. Journal of General Microbiology , , 62 , Pseudomonas marincola Romanenko et al. Pseudomonas matsuisoli Lin et al. Pseudomonas mediterranea Catara et al.
Phenotypic and genomic evidence for the revision of Pseudomonas corrugata and proposal of Pseudomonas mediterranea sp.
Pseudomonas meliae Ogimi , sp. Studies on bacterial gall of chinaberry Melia Azedarach Lin. Pseudomonas mendocina Palleroni , species. Taxonomy of the aerobic pseudomonads, the properties of the Pseudomonas stutzeri group.
Journal of General Microbiology , , 60 , Pseudomonas mephitica Claydon and Hammer , species. A skunk-like odor of bacterial origin in butter.
Journal of Bacteriology , , 37 , According to Kämpfer et al. Reclassification of Pseudomonas mephitica Claydon and Hammer as a later heterotypic synonym of Janthinobacterium lividum Eisenberg De Ley et al. Pseudomonas meridiana Reddy et al. Pseudomonas mesophilica Austin and Goodfellow , species. Pseudomonas mesophilica , a new species of pink bacteria isolated from leaf surfaces.
International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology , , 29 , Pseudomonas migulae Verhille et al. Migula, who created the generic name Pseudomonas. Pseudomonas mixta Bowman et al. Pseudomonas monteilii Elomari et al. Moore, for his important contributions to the study of the genus Pseudomonas. Pseudomonas mosselii Dabboussi et al. Mossel, a Dutch microbiologist, for his contribution to medical and food microbiology.
Pseudomonas mucidolens Levine and Anderson , species. Two new species of bacteria causing mustiness in eggs. Journal of Bacteriology , , 23 , Pseudomonas multiresinivorans Mohn et al. According to Lang et al.
Pseudomonas nautica Baumann et al. A polyphasic taxonomic approach revealed that the type strains of Pseudomonas nautica Bauman et al. The authors propose the unification of the two species Pseudomonas nautica and Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus as Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus. Transfer of Pseudomonas nautica to Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus.
Pseudomonas nitritireducens Wang et al. Arch Microbiol , , Pseudomonas nitroreducens Iizuka and Komagata , species. Determination of hydrocarbon-utilizing bacteria. Observations on Pseudomonas sp. B , , 3 , Pseudomonas oceani Wang and Sun , sp. Pseudomonas oleovorans Lee and Chandler , species.
A study of the nature, growth and control of bacteria in cutting compounds. Journal of Bacteriology , , 41 , Apparently the organism lives on some normal constituent of the cutting compound, probably the naphthenic acids, which act as emulsifying agents.
Consequently, the name oleovorans may not be appropriate. Pseudomonas orientalis Dabboussi et al. At the time of publication, the type strain was not deposited in two publicly accessible service collections in different countries, and Pseudomonas orientalis Dabboussi et al.
However, according to the Judicial Opinion 81, Pseudomonas orientalis Dabboussi et al. Pseudomonas oryzihabitans Kodama et al. On page , the type strain is incorrectly cited as JCM This result suggests that Flavimonas Holmes et al.
Pseudomonas otitidis Clark et al. Pseudomonas pachastrellae Romanenko et al. Pseudomonas palleroniana Gardan et al. Palleroni, the famous microbiologist. Pseudomonas palleronii Davis , species. Palleroni, who first isolated this organism. Pseudomonas panacis Park et al. In the paper by Park et al. Pseudomonas panipatensis Gupta et al. Pseudomonas parafulva Uchino et al. However, according to the Judicial Opinion 81, Pseudomonas parafulva Uchino et al. Pseudomonas paralactis Von et al.
Pseudomonas paucimobilis Holmes et al. Pseudomonas paucimobilis , a new species isolated from human clinical specimens, the hospital environment, and other sources. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology , , 27 , Pseudomonas pelagia Hwang et al.
Pseudomonas peli Vanparys et al. Pseudomonas perfectomarina ex ZoBell and Upham Baumann et al. Taxonomy of marine Pseudomonas species: Taxonomic relationship between Pseudomonas perfectomarina ZoBell and Pseudomonas stutzeri. Pseudomonas pertucinogena Kawai and Yabuuchi , species. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology , , 25 , Pseudomonas phenazinium Bell and Turner , species.
Orthography and etymology uncertain; possibly refers to iodinin, which is a phenazine pigment. Iodinin biosynthesis by a pseudomonad. Biochemical Society Transactions , , 1 , Pseudomonas pickettii Ralston et al.
Pseudomonas pickettii , a new species of clinical origin related to Pseudomonas solanacearum. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology , , 23 , Pseudomonas pictorum Gray and Thornton , species.
Pseudomonas plantarii Azegami et al. Pseudomonas plecoglossicida Nishimori et al. Plecoglossus , systematic name of afish genus; L. Pseudomonas poae Behrendt et al. Pseudomonas pohangensis Weon et al. Pseudomonas populi Anwar et al. Pseudomonas profundi Sun et al. Pseudomonas prosekii Kosina et al. Pseudomonas protegens Ramette et al.
Pseudomonas proteolytica Reddy et al. Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes Stanier , species. According to Saha et al. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology , , 28 , Pseudomonas pseudoflava Auling et al.
Pseudomonas pseudoflava , a new species of hydrogen-oxidizing bacteria: Pseudomonas pseudomallei Whitmore Haynes , species. An account of a glanders-like disease occurring in Rangoon. Journal of Hygiene , , 13 , Pseudomonas psychrophila Yumoto et al. Assignment of Pseudomonas sp. Extremophiles , , 5 , According to Rules 27 3 and 30, this name is not validly published, because the original publication makes reference to the deposit of the type strain in a single recognized culture collection.
However, according to the Judicial Opinion 81, Pseudomonas psychrophila Yumoto et al. Pseudomonas psychrotolerans Hauser et al. Pseudomonas punonensis Ramos et al. Pseudomonas putida Trevisan Migula , species. Die näturlichen Pfanzenfamilien, W. Pseudomonas pyrrocinia Imanaka et al. Etymology uncertain, possibly N. Studies on pyrrolnitrin, a new antibiotic. Taxonomic studies on pyrrolnitrin-producing strain. Journal of Antibiotics Tokyo Series A , , 18 , Pseudomonas radiora Ito and Iizuka , species.
D , CP complete genome. The etymology is uncertain. Perhaps, intended to mean pertaining to radiation. Taxonomic studies on radio-resistant Pseudomonas. Studies on the microorganisms of cereal grains. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry , , 35 , Ito and Iizuka Green and Bousfield , comb.
However the name " Pseudomonas radiotolerans " corrig. Consequently, in the "List of Prokaryotic names with Standing in Nomenclature", the epithet radiora sic has been maintained for Pseudomonas radiora. Pseudomonas reidholzensis Frasson et al. Pseudomonas resinovorans Delaporte et al. Une bactérie du sol capable d'utiliser, comme source de carbone, la fraction fixe de certaines oléorésines, Pseudomonas resinovorans n.
Pseudomonas rhizosphaerae Peix et al. Pseudomonas rhodesiae Coroler et al. Rhodes, an English microbiologist. Pseudomonas rhodos Heumann , species. Die Methodik der Kreuzung Sternbildender Bakterien. Heumann Green and Bousfield , comb. However the name " Pseudomonas rhodina " corrig.
Consequently, in the "List of Prokaryotic names with Standing in Nomenclature", the epithet rhodos sic has been maintained for Pseudomonas rhodos. Pseudomonas rubrilineans Lee et al. A comparison of red-stripe disease with bacterial diseases of sugar cane and other grasses in red-stripe disease studies. Pseudomonas rubrisubalbicans Christopher and Edgerton Krasil'nikov , species.
Bacterial stripe diseases of sugarcane in Louisiana. Journal of Agricultural Research , , 41 , Guide to the bacteria and actinomycetes. Pseudomonas sabulinigri Kim et al. Pseudomonas saccharophila Doudoroff , species. The oxidative assimilation of sugars and related substances by Pseudomonas saccharophila with a contribution to the problem of the direct respiration of di- and polysaccharides. Enzymologia , , 9 , Pseudomonas sagittaria Lin et al. Sagittarius the constellation Sagittarius , pertaining to the constellation Sagittarius as the novel species was isolated during the month of November, the birthday of first author.
Pseudomonas salegens Amoozegar et al. Pseudomonas salina Zhong et al. Pseudomonas saponiphila Lang et al. Pseudomonas savastanoi Janse Gardan et al. DNA relatedness among the pathovar strains of Pseudomonas syringae subsp.
Pseudomonas segetis Park et al. Hunter and Manter , sp. The original spelling of the specific epithet, seleniipraecipitatus sic , has been corrected on validation according to Rule Pseudomonas sesami Madhaiyan et al.
Pseudomonas silesiensis Kaminski et al. Pseudomonas simiae Vela et al. Pseudomonas solanacearum Smith Smith , species. Solanaceae , the nightshade family; N. A bacterial disease of the tomato, eggplant and Irish potato Bacillus solanacearum n. Carnegie Institute , Washington , , 3 , Pseudomonas soli Pascual et al. Pseudomonas spinosa Leifson , species. Pseudomonas stanieri Baumann et al. Stanier, a Canadian microbiologist who made extensive contributions to general microbiology and, in particular, to Pseudomonas.
Iizuka and Komagata , species. The original spelling of the specific epithet, straminae sic , has been corrected by Uchino et al. Emendation of Pseudomonas straminea Iizuka and Komagata Iizuka and Komagata Approved Lists emend. Pseudomonas stutzeri Lehmann and Neumann Sijderius , species. AF , CP complete genome. Atlas und Grundriss der Bakteriologie und Lehrbuch der speziellen bakteriologischen Diagnostik, 1st ed.
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