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Irradiation for Food Safety and Quality

by Paisan Loaharanu

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Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food & beverage technology,
  • Methods - Canning & Preserving,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Food Science,
  • Cooking : Methods - Canning & Preserving,
  • Technology / Food Industry & Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9697211M
    ISBN 101587160811
    ISBN 109781587160813

    The growing demand from the consumers for high quality products reveals the need to apply of new food preservation techniques that provide microbiological safety in the production, increasing the commercial validity, and still provide minimal biochemical alterations, promoting the maintenance of the nutritional and sensorial quality of the Cited by: 1. Irradiation Q's and A's. askFSIS: Find answers to questions on inspection-related policies, programs, systems, and procedures.; FSIS Labeling and Consumer Protection Staff Question and Answer Guide on Irradiation as it pertains to labeling, ingredients, packaging material and procedural issues ( ); Consumer Publications. Irradiation and Food Safety: .

    Irradiation and the ‘Ick Factor’ Large-scale food irradiation probably makes sense as a safety precaution, but it’s not likely to happen. By Mark Bittman.   It is well recognised that irradiation can destroy bacteria and other micro-organisms in food – depending upon the dose. This processing / preservation method is controversial with many in the public being strongly against it. It is however the preferred method for preservation in some specific food types due to the nature of those foods.

    Food Irradiation Research and Technology - Book by Xuetong Fan and Christopher H. Sommers Irradiation of Food Commodities: Techniques, Applications, Detection, Legislation, Safety and Consumer Opinion - Book by Ioannis S. Arvanitoyannis Journals - El Sevier, Journal of Food Quality, Trends in Food Science and Technology.   Irradiation involves subjecting certain foods (primarily spices, some fruits, and a limited amount of meats) to intense doses of ionizing radiation in the form of gamma rays, X-rays, or electron beams before sending them to market. Considered a food-safety intervention since , when it was approved to control insects in wheat and flour, irradiation kills or deactivates .


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Irradiation for Food Safety and Quality by Paisan Loaharanu Download PDF EPUB FB2

June Irradiation, carried out under conditions of Good Manufacturing Practice, is an effective, widely applicable food processing method judged to be safe on extensive available evidence, that can reduce the risk of food poisoning, control food spoilage and extend the shelf-life of foods without detriment to health and with minimal effect on nutritional or sensory quality.

The International Conference on Ensuring the Safety and Quality of Food through Radiation Processing convened for the presentation of new irradiation technology, and to assess the role of irradiation in ensuring the safety and nutritional adequacy of food of plant and animal origin.4/5(1).

Irradiation for Quality Improvement, Microbial Safety and Phytosanitation of Fresh Produce presents the last six and a half decades of scientific information on the topic. This book emphasizes proven advantages of ionizing irradiation over the commonly used postharvest treatments for improving postharvest life of fresh fruits and vegetables to.

The advantages of food irradiation (process safety, reduction of chemical use, and improved quality and safety of foods) over other food preservation techniques such as. Food irradiation is increasingly used worldwide as a proven and effective method of food preservation, as well as for improvement of food safety and quality.

The International Conference on Ensuring the Safety and Quality of Food through Radiation Processing convened for the presentation of new irra. Food irradiation is a process in which approved foods are exposed to radiant energy, including gamma rays, electron beams, and x-rays.

Inthe Food and Drug Administration found the irradiation of food to be safe. Irradiation of meat and poultry is done in a government-approved irradiation facility. The International Conference on Ensuring the Safety and Quality of Food through Radiation Processing convened for the presentation of irradiation technology, and to assess the role of irradiation in This book presents the texts of twenty reports from the conference.

Food irradiation (the application of ionizing radiation to food) is a technology that improves the safety and extends the shelf life of foods by reducing or eliminating microorganisms and insects. Irradiation for Quality Improvement, Microbial Safety and Phytosanitation of Fresh Produce presents the last six and a half decades of scientific information on the topic.

This book emphasizes proven advantages of ionizing irradiation over the commonly used postharvest treatments for improving postharvest life of fresh fruits and vegetables to enhance their.

Food irradiation improves food safety and maintains food quality by controlling microorganisms and extending shelf life. However, acceptance and. Food irradiation has been recognized as a reliable and safe method for the preservation of food and for improving the hygienic quality and nutritional value of food.

In addition to the control of microorganisms of numerous food commodities, ionizing irradiation can be used to reduce several carcinogenic agents and antinutritional factors, such. Trends towards more specific food safety and control systems also need to be addressed, especially of machine generated irradiation technologies to provide effective means to ensure food quality, and minimize losses and waste without relying on radionuclide sources, while addressing consumer concerns related to the use of ionizing radiation.

About this book. The benefits of food irradiation to the public health have been described extensively by organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the USA and the World Health Organization.

The American Medical Association and the American Dietetic Association have both endorsed the irradiation process.

Food irradiation is the process of exposing food and food packaging to ionizing ng radiation, such as from gamma rays, x-rays, or electron beams, is energy that can be transmitted without direct contact to the source of the energy capable of freeing electrons from their atomic bonds in the targeted radiation can be emitted by a radioactive substance or.

Food irradiation is a widely studied food processing technology. The FDA has approved irradiation for beef, pork, lamb and poultry, fruits and vegetables, grains, and spices –. Food irradiation is the treatment of food with a type of radiation energy known as ionizing radiation.

Ionizing radiation may be used for various reasons depending on the food: it may be used to kill microorganisms that can cause human illness or cause food to spoil; to control insect or parasite infestation; or to slow the ripening or sprouting of fresh fruits and vegetables.

Food irradiation—a food safety, food preservation or quarantine measure used in more than 50 countries—is a process in which food is exposed to a source of ionizing energy.

Irradiation provides processors with a further safe alternative to treat foods. Food Irradiation a Technique for Preserving and Improving the Safety of Food. Biology of Food Irradiation. Quality Factors of Fruits and Vegetables.

Safety of Irradiated Foods. The Preservation of Food by Irradiation - A Factual Guide to the Process and Its Effect on Food. Cost-Benefit Aspects of Food Irradiation Processing. Irradiation For Food Safety and Quality edited by Paisan Loaharanu and Paul Thomas This book details the proceedings of the International Conference on Ensuring the Safety and Quality of Food through Radiation Processing which was convened by FAO, IAEA, and WHO in Antalya, Turkey, October Christopher H.

Sommers, Ph.D., a research microbiologist and lead scientist, and Xuetong Fan, Ph.D., a research food technologist, both work for the Food Safety Intervention Technologies Research Unit, USDA-ARS-Eastern Regional Research Center, Wyndmoor, PA.

Drs. Sommers and Fan were co-moderators of the IFT symposium from which this book arose and have over Price: $. Get this from a library! Irradiation for food safety and quality: proceedings of FAO/IAEA/WHO International Conference on Ensuring the Safety and Quality of Food through Radiation Processing.

[Paisan Loaharanu; Paul Thomas; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.; International Atomic Energy Agency.; World Health Organization.;].A factual, objective, and authoritative account of the role of food irradiation as a technique for improving food safety and reducing food losses.

Written in non-technical language, the book attempts to give consumers, consumer protection groups, and government officials the facts they need to form an opinion about the acceptability of.Food Quality & Safety Consultant.

Ronald F. Eustice is a food quality and safety consultant based in Tucson, Arizona. Eustice retired from the Minnesota Beef Council in October after more than 22 years of service to Minnesota’s beef industry. His previous experience includes decades of work on behalf of US agriculture and food production.