By Leo M.L. Nollet, Fidel Toldra
Lately the beef has integrated very important technological advances that, thus far, haven't been addressed in one resource. complete and authoritative, complex applied sciences for Meat Processing provides the newest advancements in regards to the caliber, research, and processing of meat and meat items. that includes contributions from a panel of foreign specialists, the ebook info applied sciences utilized in the beef processing chain. It describes vital processing methodologies corresponding to gene know-how, automation, irradiation, sizzling boning, excessive strain, vacuum-salting, enzymes, starters, and bacteriocins. The e-book starts off by means of exploring a variety of creation structures that come with using smooth biotechnology, automation in slaughterhouses, and quick non-destructive online detection structures. It proceeds to explain diversified new applied sciences equivalent to decontamination, excessive strain processing, and fats relief. The publication then examines sensible meat compounds comparable to peptides and antioxidants and the processing of nitrate-free items and dry-cured meat items. It additionally discusses bacteriocins that struggle opposed to meat-borne pathogens and the most recent advancements in bacterial starters for stronger taste in fermented meats. It concludes with a dialogue of modern packaging platforms of the ultimate items.
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Advanced Technologies For Meat Processing by Leo M.L. Nollet, Fidel Toldra