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Food processing technologies : impact on product attributes / edited by Amit K. Jaiswal.

Contributor(s): Jaiswal, Amit K [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press, [2017]Copyright date: ©2017Description: xiv, 745 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781482257557 (e-book : PDF); 9781315372365 (e-book); 9781315336046 (e-book: Mobi); 9781315355108 (e-book: ePub); 9781482257540 (hardback).Call number: TP370 .F66 2017 Subject(s): Food industry and tradeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Online resources: Distributed by publisher. Purchase or institutional license may be required for access. Also available in print format.
Contents:
Section I. Conventional processing technology -- Section II. Impingement processing technology -- Section III. Electromagnetic processing technology -- Section IV. Physicomechanical processing technology -- Section V. Pulse electric field processing technology -- Section VII. Radiation processing technology -- Section VIII. Biological processing technology.
Summary: The processing of food generally implies the transformation of the perishable raw food to value-added products. It imparts benefits, such as the destruction of surface microflora, and inactivation of deleterious enzymes, such as peroxidase, leading to a greater shelf life of the food. It also enhances color and texture while maintaining quality of products and makes them edible. However, it also has an inevitable impact on nutritional quality attributes, such as increase or decrease in certain vitamins and bioactive metabolites among others. Food Processing Technologies: Impact on Product Attributes covers a range of food processing technologies and their effect on various food product attributes, such as bioactive compounds, safety, and sensory and nutritional aspects of the food upon processing. There are eight major parts in the book. Part I covers the conventional processing technologies. Parts II, III, IV, and V deal with various novel processing technologies, including impingement processing technologies, electro-magnetic processing technologies, physico-mechanical processing technologies, and electro-technologies. Part VI introduces chemical processing technologies. Part VII comprise irradiation processing technology, and the final part is focused on biological processing technology, detailing the application of enzymes in food processing. Numerous studies were carried out to find the impact of these processing technologies on various aspects of food and associated health promotion properties. Both positive and negative results were obtained based on nature of foods, processing type, and duration of processing, and this book covers these results in depth.
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Section I. Conventional processing technology -- Section II. Impingement processing technology -- Section III. Electromagnetic processing technology -- Section IV. Physicomechanical processing technology -- Section V. Pulse electric field processing technology -- Section VII. Radiation processing technology -- Section VIII. Biological processing technology.

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The processing of food generally implies the transformation of the perishable raw food to value-added products. It imparts benefits, such as the destruction of surface microflora, and inactivation of deleterious enzymes, such as peroxidase, leading to a greater shelf life of the food. It also enhances color and texture while maintaining quality of products and makes them edible. However, it also has an inevitable impact on nutritional quality attributes, such as increase or decrease in certain vitamins and bioactive metabolites among others. Food Processing Technologies: Impact on Product Attributes covers a range of food processing technologies and their effect on various food product attributes, such as bioactive compounds, safety, and sensory and nutritional aspects of the food upon processing. There are eight major parts in the book. Part I covers the conventional processing technologies. Parts II, III, IV, and V deal with various novel processing technologies, including impingement processing technologies, electro-magnetic processing technologies, physico-mechanical processing technologies, and electro-technologies. Part VI introduces chemical processing technologies. Part VII comprise irradiation processing technology, and the final part is focused on biological processing technology, detailing the application of enzymes in food processing. Numerous studies were carried out to find the impact of these processing technologies on various aspects of food and associated health promotion properties. Both positive and negative results were obtained based on nature of foods, processing type, and duration of processing, and this book covers these results in depth.

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