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Chemical deterioration and physical instability of food and beverages

ISBN/ASIN: 9781615838752,1615838759 | rar | xxx, 789 p. : ill/0 pages | 7.96 Mb
Author: Leif H Skibsted; Jens Risbo; Mogens L Andersen

"For a food product to be a success in the marketplace, it must be stable throughout its shelf-life. Quality deterioration due to chemical changes and alterations in condition due to physical instability are not always recognised, yet can be just as problematic as microbial spoilage. This book provides an authoritative review of key topics in this area." "Chapters in Part I focus on the chemical reactions which can negatively affect food quality, such as oxidative rancidity, and their measurement. Part II reviews quality deterioration associated with physical changes, such as moisture loss, gain and migration, crystallisation and emulsion breakdown. Contributions in the following section outline the likely effects on different foods and beverages, including bakery products, fruit and vegetables, ready-to-eat meals, dairy products and wine." "With contributions from leaders in their fields, Chemical deterioration and physical instability of food and beverages will be an essential reference work for R & D and QA staff in the food industry and researchers with an interest in this subject."–Jacket. Read more…

Abstract: "For a food product to be a success in the marketplace, it must be stable throughout its shelf-life. Quality deterioration due to chemical changes and alterations in condition due to physical instability are not always recognised, yet can be just as problematic as microbial spoilage. This book provides an authoritative review of key topics in this area." "Chapters in Part I focus on the chemical reactions which can negatively affect food quality, such as oxidative rancidity, and their measurement. Part II reviews quality deterioration associated with physical changes, such as moisture loss, gain and migration, crystallisation and emulsion breakdown. Contributions in the following section outline the likely effects on different foods and beverages, including bakery products, fruit and vegetables, ready-to-eat meals, dairy products and wine." "With contributions from leaders in their fields, Chemical deterioration and physical instability of food and beverages will be an essential reference work for R & D and QA staff in the food industry and researchers with an interest in this subject."–Jacket

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