Natural Food Flavors And Colorants

Author: Mathew Attokaran
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119114764
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The market for fully natural food products continues to grow, driving an increased interest in food additives derived from biological sources. In this book the author utilizes his over fifty years of experience in food chemistry and technology in order to produce the most detailed and comprehensive guide on natural food flavors and colors. Second edition has been fully updated, including two new chapters on Colored Vegetables and Stevia. Divided into three parts, Part I of the book begins with analysis, general properties and techniques. Regulatory information on synthetic colors in food will be very useful. Part II describes the various natural flavors and colorants that are available, alphabetized for convenient reference and including all the relevant recent developments since the publication of the first edition. Both the researchers and manufacturers will find FCC description of many products and the Identification numbers of regulatory bodies most valuable. Part III examines the future prospects of research and manufacture. Finally a well prepared Index will be of immense value to readers for getting a quick explanation and understanding of the various compounds, techniques and subjects covered. In particular, this guide will be of use to researchers, teachers, regulators, formulators and manufacturers of food.

Chemesthesis

Author: Shane T. McDonald
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118951638
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Chemesthesis are the chemically initiated sensations that occur via the touch system. Examples in the mouth include the burn of capsaicinoids in chilies, the cooling of menthol in peppermint, and the tingle of carbonation. It is physiologically distinct from taste and smell, but is increasingly understood to be just as important as these senses for their contribution to flavor, especially with the sustained growth in interest in spicy foods from around the world. Chemesthesis: Chemical Touch in Food and Eating surveys the modern body of work on chemesthesis, with a variety of contributors who are well known for their expertise on the topic. After a forward by John Prescott and an introduction by Barry Green (who originally coined the term chemesthesis 25 years ago), the book moves on to survey chemesthetic spices and address the psychology and physiology of chemesthesis; practical sensory and instrumental analysis; the interaction of chemesthesis with other chemical senses; health ramifications; and the application of chemesthesis in food. The major types of chemesthesis, including pungency/burning, cooling, tingling, nasal irritation, and numbing, are each covered in their own chapter. The book concludes with a look to the future. This is the first comprehensive book on chemesthesis since 1990, when Barry Green and his colleagues edited a volume on the perception of chemical irritants, including those in food. This new book is intended to be a vital resource for anyone interested in the sensory impact of the food we eat, including food scientists, sensory professionals, analytical chemists, physiologists, culinary scientists, and others.

Pigments From Microalgae Handbook

Author: Eduardo Jacob-Lopes
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030509710
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The Pigments from Microalgae Handbook presents the current state of knowledge on pigment production using microalgae-based processes, and covers both the scientific fundamentals of this technology and its practical applications. It addresses biology, chemistry, biochemistry, analysis and engineering aspects, as well as applications of natural pigments in photosynthetic organisms. The book also describes the analytical procedures associated with the characterization of pigments and the engineering aspects of microalgal pigment production. It considers the three major classes of pigments(chlorophylls, carotenoids and phycobiliproteins) produced and surveys the main commercial applications of these chemicals. The book offers a valuable source of information for industrial researchers and practitioners in industrial biotechnology, as it covers various engineering aspects of microalgal pigment production, such as bioreactors and bioprocesses, industrial extraction processes, and the bioeconomy of production including life-cycle assessment. The book will also be of interest to undergraduate and graduate students of biochemistry, food chemistry, and industrial microbiology.

Food Colorants

Author: Carmen Socaciu
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420009286
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Drawing on the expertise of internationally known, interdisciplinary scientists and researchers, Food Colorants: Chemical and Functional Properties provides an integrative image of the scientific characteristics, functionality, and applications of color molecules as pigments in food science and technology, as well as their impact on health. The book emphasizes the structure-function relationships of pigment molecules to explain biosynthesis, modifications and degradation during storage and processing, and the effect of these changes on quality and safety. Understanding the rate and nature of degradation assists in selecting optimum processing parameters. Beginning with an overview of the physics and biochemistry of color, the book focuses on the mechanics of pigment stability and bioavailability, and antioxidant and pro-oxidant action. It reviews the influence of pigments on health and metabolism, incorporating results of in vivo and in vitro studies. It addresses the occurrence of pigment in food matrices and their stability during processing and storage. Conventional technologies as well as new, environmentally friendly methods are presented along with recent advances in biotechnology to produce colorants. There is also a chapter on novel approaches to the biosynthesis of colorants by microalgae, microorganisms, and genetic engineering. Contributions give significant attention to analytical methods and recent advances in detecting both natural and synthetic colorants, their quality, quantity, and degradation during processing and storage. The book rounds out its comprehensive coverage with a look at quality and safety risk assessments and international regulations, as well as lists of formerly and newly approved colorants and additives. Peer reviewed contributions and critical evaluations ensure a concise, systematic presentation of the relationships between the chemical nature and functional properties of various natural and synthetic pigments used to color food.

Proceedings Of 2nd International Conference On Separations Science And Technology Hamilton Ontario Canada Oct 1 4 1989

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The Culinarian

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Cookie And Cracker Technology

Author: Samuel A. Matz
Editor: Springer
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This edition is a practical, how-to book, that discusses ingredients, mixtures, methods, equipment and their functions, machinery and managing technical functions. It examines the ingredients used in cookies and crackers and how they function in doughs, batters, and finished products. It also discusses typical formulas and how variations affect finished product qualities. Other areas covered include product development, quality assurance and the legal responsibilities of technical managers.

The Contemporary And Historical Literature Of Food Science And Human Nutrition

Author: Jennie Brogdon
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The fifth of a seven-volume series, The Literature of the Agricultural Sciences, this book summarizes the development and trends in the published literature of food science and human nutrition over the last twenty-five years. Further, the book delineates the differences and overlaps in knowledge and research between the fields.

International Food Marketing Technology

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Carotenoids As Colorants And Vitamin A Precursors

Author: J. Christopher Bauernfeind
Editor: Academic Press
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Carotenoids as Colorants and Vitamin A Precursors: Technological and Nutritional Applications presents the application of carotenoids to food and to the feed of animals, poultry, fish, and birds. This book discusses the use of carotenoids in medicine, in the coloring of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and their unique role as photoconductors. Organized into 10 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the growing preference for natural-type colors in countries around the world. This text then examines the potential level of use of various carotenoids in a variety of foods. Other chapters consider the types of carotenoids that are added to the diet of aquatic animals, which should be selected according to the species because of varying biosynthetic capabilities and expected final pigment content. This book discusses as well the mechanisms that control the assimilation and absorption of some carotenoids. The final chapter deals with determination of vitamin A value. This book is a valuable resource for industrial chemists and aquaculturists.

The Goldbeck S Guide To Good Food

Author: Nikki Goldbeck
Editor: Plume
ISBN: 9780452261716
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The Goldbecks show readers how to make informed buying decisions--how to detect and avoid additives and pesticides in foods; how to evaluate claims that a food is "natural" or "contains no preservatives"; and more. Line drawings.

Manufacturing Industries

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Chemistry And Physiology Of Selected Food Colorants

Author: Jennifer M. Ames
Editor: Amer Chemical Society
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This text presents our current progress in the understanding of the chemistry and physiology of various categories of food colorants. It includes reviews of the chemistry and physiology of food colorants, carotenoids, anthocyanins and the oxidative transformation of tea catechins. There are also examinations of the aspects of non-enzymatic browning including the structures, color and formation of Maillard reaction products, the polymerization in browning of chicken skin, the Maillard reaction in beer and the influence of non-enzymatically formed melanoidins on human gut bacteria.

Food Business News

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A Research Guide To The Health Sciences

Author: Kathleen J. Haselbauer
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Solid State Fermentation In Biotechnology

Author: Ashok Pandey
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This book complements others in biotechnology especially in industrialmicrobiology-biotechnology. It has been written with a research andacademic readership in mind but will prove equally beneficial to theprocess technologists and scientists working in biotechnology-basedbusiness and industries, large and small. The chapters include theinformation and facts based on the practically applicable knowledgegathered from up-to-date complete research published on the subjectand related topics. The contents of each chapter deal with How-to , asopposed to a Review of Literature with citation of a large number ofnon-applicable references .