Present and Future of High Pressure Processing
  • Release Date : 02 September 2020
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Categories : Health & Fitness
  • Pages : 426 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 9780128172667
  • ISBN 10 : 0128172665
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Synopsis : Present and Future of High Pressure Processing written by Francisco J. Barba, published by Elsevier which was released on 02 September 2020. Download Present and Future of High Pressure Processing Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Developed for academic researchers and for those who work in industry, Present and Future of High Pressure Processing: A Tool for Developing Innovative, Sustainable, Safe, and Healthy Foods outlines innovative applications derived from the use of high-pressure processing, beyond microbial inactivation. This content is especially important for product developers as it includes technological, physicochemical, and nutritional perspectives. This book specifically focuses on innovative high-pressure processing applications and begins with an introduction followed by a section on the impact of high-pressure processing on bioactive compounds and bioaccessibility/bioavailability. The third section addresses the ways in which high-pressure processing can assist in the reduction of toxins and contaminants, while the fourth section presents opportunities for the use of high-pressure processing in the development of healthy and/or functional food. This reference concludes with an analysis of the challenges regarding the use of high-pressure processing as an innovative application. • Explores the use of high-pressure processing as a tool for developing new products. • Outlines the structure and improved functional properties provided by high-pressure processing. • Illustrates potential applications and future trends of high-pressure processing. • Explains the mechanisms that influence the impact of high-pressure processing. • Highlights the optimal conditions for high-pressure processing to develop certain food products. • Defines the challenges and future perspectives in the use of high-pressure processing for food product development.