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- Fruit and Vegetable Preservation : Principles and Practices
- Food Preservation and Storage
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Fruit and Vegetable Preservation : Principles and Practices
Browning is the process of food turning brown due to the chemical reactions that take place within. The process of browning is one of the chemical reactions that take place in food chemistry and represents an interesting research topic regarding health, nutrition, and food technology. Though there are many different ways food chemically changes over time, browning in particular falls into 2 main categories: enzymatic versus non-enzymatic browning processes. Browning has many important implications on the food industry relating to nutrition, technology, and economic cost. Enzymatic browning is one of the most important reactions that takes place in most fruits and vegetables as well as in seafood.
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Food Preservation and Storage
Food wastage is a major issue impacting public health, the environment and the economy in the context of rising population and decreasing natural resources. Wastage occurs at all stages from harvesting to the consumer, calling for advanced techniques of food preservation. Moisture removal may not be feasible in all cases. Preservation methods include thermal, electrical, chemical and radiation techniques. Here, we review the advanced food preservation techniques, with focus on fruits, vegetables, beverages and spices.
Srivastava, R. P. and Kumar, S.(). Canning and bottling of fruits and vegetables. In: Fruit and Vegetable Preservation: Principle and Practices, International.
Srivastava, H. Proceedings of the Symposium on Food Needs and Resources. Fresh fruits and vegetables are protective foods, much needed for nutritional balance in human diet. India produces many varieties of these perishables, considerable quantities of which go to waste and present numerous problems in transporting them to distant consuming centres.
Food wastage is a major issue impacting public health, the environment and the economy in the context of rising population and decreasing natural resources. Wastage occurs at all stages from harvesting to the consumer, calling for advanced techniques of food preservation. Moisture removal may not be feasible in all cases.
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