Food processing by products and their utilization pdf
Integrated Processing Technologies for Food and Agricultural By-Products - 1st EditionFeeding our globally expanding population is one of the most critical challenges of our time and improving food and agricultural production efficiencies is a key factor in solving this problem. Currently, one-third of food produced for humans is wasted, and for every pound of food produced, roughly an equal amount of nonfood by-product is also generated, creating a significant environmental impact. In Integrated Processing Technologies for Food and Agricultural By-Products experts from around the world present latest developments, recognizing that while some by-products have found use as animal feed or are combusted for energy, new technologies which integrate conversion of production and processing by-products into higher-value food or nonfood products, nutraceuticals, chemicals, and energy resources will be a critical part of the transition to a more sustainable food system. Organized by agricultural crop, and focusing on those crops with maximum economic impact, each chapter describes technologies for value-added processing of by-products which can be integrated into current food production systems. Integrated Processing Technologies for Food and Agricultural By-Products is a valuable resource for industry professionals, academics, and policy-makers alike. Agriculture and food technologists; process engineers; food processing waste managers; Academics in the food processing and environmental fields; Policy makers who are involved in waste management legislation.
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Integrated Processing Technologies for Food and Agricultural By-Products
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An animal product is any material derived from the body of an animal. Examples are fat, flesh, blood, milk, eggs, and lesser known products, such as isinglass and rennet. Animal by-products, as defined by the USDA, are products harvested or manufactured from livestock other than muscle meat. This does not in itself reflect on the condition, safety, or "wholesomeness" of the product. Animal by-products are carcasses and parts of carcasses from slaughterhouses, animal shelters, zoos and veterinarians, and products of animal origin not intended for human consumption, including catering waste. These products may go through a process known as " rendering " to be made into human and non-human foodstuffs, fats, and other material that can be sold to make commercial products such as cosmetics, paint, cleaners, polishes, glue, soap and ink.
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Anil Kumar Anal. Food Processing By—Products and their Utilization An in—depth look at the economic and environmental benefits that food companies can achieve and the challenges and opportunities they may face by utilizing food processing by—products Food Processing By—Products and their Utilization is the first book dedicated to food processing by—products and their utilization in a broad spectrum. It provides a comprehensive overview on food processing by—products and their utilization as source of novel functional ingredients. It discusses food groups, including cereals, pulses, fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, marine, sugarcane, winery, and plantation by—products; addresses processing challenges relevant to food by—products; and delivers insight into the current state of art and emerging technologies to extract valuable phytochemicals from food processing by—products. Food Processing By—Products and their Utilization offers in—depth chapter coverage of fruit processing by—products; the application of food by—products in medical and pharmaceutical industries; prebiotics and dietary fibers from food processing by—products; bioactive compounds and their health effects from honey processing industries; advances in milk fractionation for value addition; seafood by—products in applications of biomedicine and cosmeticuals; food industry by—products as nutrient replacements in aquaculture diets and agricultural crops; regulatory and legislative issues for food waste utilization; and much more. Additionally, the covered range of techniques for by—product utilization will provide engineers and scientists working in the food industry with a valuable resource for their work. Sharma and Mandeep Kaur 3.