Pediococcus Acidilactici is a probiotic involved in the reduction of oxygen and the inhibition of plant metabolism.
Pediococcus strains are found in foods, on plants, and as beer-spoilage agents. They produce inactive lactic acid and are used mainly for making fermented vegetables, mashes, beer, and wort.
P. acidilactici is a specific strain of lactic acid-producing bacteria helping to keep a proper balance of microflora in the digestive system.
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