Handbook of food products manufacturing by Nirmal Sinha Ph.D., Y.H. Hui, Ramesh C. Chandan, Stephanie PDF

By Nirmal Sinha Ph.D., Y.H. Hui, Ramesh C. Chandan, Stephanie Clark, Nanna A. Cross, Joannie C. Dobbs, W. Jeffrey Hurst, Leo M.L. Nollet PhD, Eyal Shimoni, Erika B. Smith, Somjit Surapat, Fidel Toldrá, Alan Titchenal

ISBN-10: 0470049642

ISBN-13: 9780470049648

The instruction manual of nutrients items production is a definitive grasp reference, supplying an summary of meals production regularly, after which overlaying the processing and production of greater than a hundred of the most typical nutrients items. With editors and members from 24 nations in North the US, Europe, and Asia, this advisor presents overseas services and a really international point of view on foodstuff production.

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30 FUNDAMENTALS OF FOOD MANUFACTURING Effect of Concentration of Solutes on Food Quality. The quality of products will change if solutes in the frozen product precipitate out of solution, for example, leading to a loss of consistency in reconstituted frozen orange juice because of aggregated pectic substances, and syneresis of starch pudding because of starch aggregation. The increase in ionic strength can lead to “salting out” of proteins, causing protein denaturation (a reason for the toughening of frozen fish).

Functional Foods: International Considerations 939 Kelley Fitzpatrick 42. Functional Foods Based on Dairy Ingredients 957 Ramesh C. P. Shah 43. Functional Properties of Milk Constituents 971 Ramesh C. Chandan 44. Functional Foods Based on Meat Products 989 Francisco Jime´nez-Comenero 45. Gluten-Free Cereal Products as a Functional Food 1017 Elke K. Arendt and Michelle M. Moore VOLUME 1 INDEX 1037 VOLUME 1 CONTENTS 1065 VOLUME 2 CONTENTS 1069 CUMULATIVE INDEX 1073 Part A Food Manufacturing: Background This Part includes Sections I, II, and III.

In sum, there are literally thousands of food manufacturers. Two major reasons for this explosion of new companies are the constant introduction of new products and improvement in manufacturing methods and equipment. To facilitate the technological processing of food at educational and commercial levels, food manufacturing (processing) professionals have developed unified principles and a systematic approach to the study of these operations. The involved processes of the food industry can be divided into a number of common operations, termed unit operations.

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