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    Author(s)Dash, Kshirod Kumar
    PublisherNew India Publishing Agency
    Publish YearSeptember 2022


    New India Publishing Agency Emerging Techniques In Food Processing by Dash, Kshirod Kumar

    The book covers different aspect related to the food processing technology. It consist of twenty-eight chapters covering emerging food processing technologies for the development of various value-added food products. The developed food products where characterized by different researchers. The sensory evaluation and storage stability of various food products were also investigated. In particular it includes research into the nutritional value and medicinal properties of plants such as FicusCarica, Quinoa, and Millet. The application of several thermal and non-thermal treatments such as pulse electric field treatment, high intensity ultrasound treatment and high pressure processing arehighlighted as examples of innovative and emerging techniques. The different studies involving development and characterization of value added food products like spirulina platensis powder, meat based products, chocolate bar, chickpea flour based extruded products are presented. The drying properties of food products are covered in the book, which uses hot air drying and freeze drying for heat sensitive products. Advance packaging based studies such as edible coatings, modified atmospheric packaging, encapsulation for shelf life extension of fruits and vegetables are discussed in various chapters. Studies based on food biotechnology like production of Bio cellulose through Acetobacteraceti and brewing technology are also discussed.