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Temperature changes

Natamycin solutions are stable at room temperature and remain unchanged during short periods of exposure to temperatures exceeding 100°C.

However, they are affected by exposure to temperatures above 50°C for long periods, or periods exceeding 24 hours. This is due to the hydrolysis of its circular structure.

Natamycin solutions can be pasteurized, but this may lead to a decline in performance.