Conventional and Advanced Food Processing Technologies
John Wiley & Sons, Nov 17, 2014 - Technology & Engineering - 744 pages
Food processing technologies are an essential link in the food chain. These technologies are many and varied, changing in popularity with changing consumption patterns and product popularity. Newer process technologies are also being evolved to provide the added advantages.
Conventional and Advanced Food Processing Technologies fuses the practical (application, machinery), theoretical (model, equation) and cutting-edge (recent trends), making it ideal for industrial, academic and reference use. It consists of two sections, one covering conventional or well-established existing processes and the other covering emerging or novel process technologies that are expected to be employed in the near future for the processing of foods in the commercial sector. All are examined in great detail, considering their current and future applications with added examples and the very latest data.
Conventional and Advanced Food Processing Technologies is a comprehensive treatment of the current state of knowledge on food processing technology. In its extensive coverage, and the selection of reputed research scientists who have contributed to each topic, this book will be a definitive text in this field for students, food professionals and researchers.
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List of Contributors
Sheeting Shaping Flattening and Rolling
Extrusion Processing of Foods
The Process of Gelling
Thermal Food Preservation Techniques Pasteurization
Refrigeration in Food Preservation and Processing
Biotransformation in Food Processing
Application of Microwave Technology in Food Preservation
Infrared in Food Preservation and Processing
Application of Radiowave Frequency in Food Processing
Application of Ultrasonics in Food Preservation and Processing
Frying of Foods
Application of Supercritical
Flavouring and Coating Technologies for Preservation
Instantization and Agglomeration of Foods
Fortification and Impregnation Practices in Food Processing