Meat pies

Meat pies usually spoil as a result of the growth of molds. Mold spoilage is usually first evident on the inside of the pastry where the moisture content is high, and on the outside when water has migrated through the pastry. Mucor species are the fastest growing molds on pastry and hence are the most common cause of spoilage followed by Penicillium, Rhizopus, and Aspergillus spp. Spoilage by mesophilic bacilli and clostridia may occur if pies are stored under warm conditions. 

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