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Microbial Safety of Minimally Processed Foods

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Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food & beverage technology,
  • Public health & preventive medicine,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Methods - Canning & Preserving,
  • Food Engineering,
  • Technology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Microbiology,
  • Food Science,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - Microbiology,
  • Technology / Food Industry & Science,
  • Food,
  • Safety measures

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJohn S. Novak (Editor), Gerald M. Sapers (Editor), Vijay K. Juneja (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages343
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8822969M
    ISBN 101587160412
    ISBN 109781587160417

      Chaudry MA, Bibi N, Khan M, Kahn M, Badshah A, Qureshi MJ () Irradiation treatment of minimally processed carrots for ensuring microbial safety. Radiat Phys Chem – Google Scholar Chawengkijwanich C, Hayata Y () Development of TiO 2 powder-coated food packaging film and its ability to inactivate Escherichia coli in vitro and Author: Zehra Ayhan. The microbial safety of minimally processed seafood with respect to Listeria monocytogenes. pp In: The microbial safety of minimally processed foods (J. S. Novak, G. M. Sapers, and V. K. Juneja, editors) CRC Press, Boca Rato.

    In order to minimize the loss of quality and to control microbial growth, and thus ensure product safety and convenience, a hurdle approach appears to be the best method (Alzamora et al., ). According to Alzamora et al. (), hurdle technology can be applied several ways in the design of preservation systems for minimally processed foods. Biological control on minimally processed fruits and vegetables. Book Chapter. Microbial Safety of Minimally Processed Foods, page Interpretive Summary: Technical Abstract: Biological control of foodborne pathogens on minimally processed fruits and vegetables can be achieved in various ways. The indigenous microflora, which differs by.

    The overall function of these foods is to provide convenient (ready-to-serve, ready-to cook, free of any pesticides and contaminants),like-fresh products for food service and retail consumers. Minimally Processed and Refrigerated Foods (MPR) have been popular in many countries. The following are some of the advantages offered by MPR produce. Matthews, Karl./ Rapid methods for microbial detection in minimally processed ial Safety of Minimally Processed Foods. CRC Press, pp.


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Current and future innovations --Microbial safety during nonthermal preservation of foods / Gaurav Tewari --Modified atmosphere packaging for shelf-life extension / James T.C. Yuan --Washing and sanitizing raw materials for minimally processed fruit and vegetable products / Gerald M.

Sapers --Microbial safety, quality, and sensory aspects of. VARIABLE FOOD ENVIRONMENTS Microbial Safety of Bakery Products, James P. Smith, Daphne Phillips Daifas, Wassim El-Khoury, and John W. Austin Concerns with Minimal Processing in Apple, Citrus, and Vegetable Products, Kathleen T.

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Microbial Safety of Minimally Processed Foods book. Microbial Safety of Minimally Processed Foods book. Edited By Vijay K. Juneja, John S. Novak, Gerald M. Sapers. Edition 1st Edition.

First Published eBook Published 3 December Pub. location Boca Raton. Imprint CRC by: 3. The safety and efficacy of minimal food processing depends on the use of novel preservation technologies. This book first examines what is meant by minimally processed foods, including fresh-cut.

Designed to stimulate the development of increasingly safer foods, Microbial Safety of Minimally Processed Foods details state-of-the-art technologies that have the potential to enhance microbiological safety of minimally processed foods without sacrificing their natural, untreated visual appearance and sensory properties.

This book provides the latest research and insights into assuring the microbial safety of minimally processed red meats, poultry, fish, vegetables, fruits, and bakery products. It provides in-depth evaluations of hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) regulations and risk assessments of those minimally processed foods.

It explores and describes the methods used for pathogen Cited by: Lauren S. Jackson, Fadwa Al-Taher, in Ensuring Global Food Safety, Introduction. Processed foods have become a way of life in the modern world (Rupp, ).Processing allows for a more consistent supply of foods, increasing consumer convenience and variety and in general, increasing food safety and palatability (Rupp, ).Processing unit operations such as washing, trimming.

Office of Food Safety Division of Plant and Dairy Food Safety (HFS) Campus Drive College Park, MD (Tel) ) OMB Control No. Buy Microbial Safety of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Microbial Safety of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables:. This book focuses on state of the art technologies to produce microbiologically safe foods for our global dinner table.

Each chapter summarizes the most recent scientific advances, particularly with respect to food processing, pre- and post-harvest food safety, quality control, and regulatory information. In minimally processed foods, storage, processing, packaging, and distribution are accomplished in highly integrated step must be considered in conjunction with the other steps.

Different minimal processing methods can be applied at the various steps in the food distribution chain, from storage of agricultural products to packaging/processing of the ready-to-eat product.

Quantification of microbial quality and safety in minimally processed foods Article in International Dairy Journal 12() December with 23 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Marcel Zwietering. Guide to Minimize Microbial Food Safety Hazards for transporting of most fruits and vegetables sold to consumers in an unprocessed or minimally processed (raw) form.

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The aim of this study was to evaluate the bacterial and fungal quality of minimally-processed vegetables (MPV) and sprouts. A total of samples of fresh-cut vegetables, ready-to-eat salads, and mung bean and wheat sprouts were randomly collected and by:. Microbial Safety of Minimally Processed Foods explores innovative preventative solutions to food-borne diseases from the perspectives of the producer, the handler, the consumer, the food preparer, as well as the food inspector, and researcher.The safety and efficacy of minimal food processing depends on the use of novel preservation technologies.

This book first examines what is meant by minimally processed foods, including fresh-cut, cooked-chilled, and part-baked products.Microbial Control and Food Preservation Theory and Practice. Editors: Juneja, Vijay, Dwivedi with emphasis on microbiological safety of minimally processed foods and predictive microbiology.

generating over peer-reviewed journal articles, 45 book chapters and he is a co-editor of eight books. Currently, Dr. Juneja serves as an.