Quality Control in the Food Industry, Volume 1
S. M. Herschdoerfer
Academic Press, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 469 pages
The organization of quality control. Health problems in food. Chemical aspects. Food processing and nutritional values. Microbiological quality control. Statistical methods in quality control. Tasting panels. national and international standards. Quality standards and specification in the food industry.
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Food Processing and Nutritional Values
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acceptance acid analysis animal applied assessment average bacteria batch binomial distribution botulism calculated chemical Codex Alimentarius coefficient coefficient of variation colour commodities confidence limits considered consignment constituents consumer contain control chart cooked correlation degrees of freedom determined disease effect Enterobacteriaceae estimated examination example factors Fd Protect Fd Sci flavour food additives food industry food standards frequency given groups heat hygiene infections ingredient inspection laboratory large number limit lines manufacturer mean value measurements meat methods microbial Microbiol microbiological milk Mossel mycotoxins normal distribution nutrients nutritional obtained operating characteristic organisms panel particular pathogens percentage Poisson distribution population possible practice probability problem procedure proportion of defectives protein quality control random range raw materials referred replicate risk Salmonella score sensory significance specific standard deviation standard error statistical storage substances Table taste temperature toxic toxins variables variance variation vitamin