Food Processing Technologies

Food technology aims to improve the good, quality, and health benefits of changed food specifics by focusing on on-going research in food microbiology and food-borne microbes, as well as by extending the usable life of food sources. High-Pressure Processing (HPP) is a non-warm sanitization technique where information is maintained at high pressing pressures for a short period of time. The advantages of this approach over the conventional warm running techniques include shorter trade times, less heat loss, and preservation of product flavour, face, and colour, as well as the addition of colourful fluid and semi-fluid food sources. All of these techniques improve food production and quality without sacrificing healthfulness or value.

  • Methods of Food Processing
  • Food Additives
  • Food Preservation

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