3 edition of Microbiology of frozen foods found in the catalog.
Microbiology of frozen foods
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by R.K. Robinson.|
|Contributions||Robinson, R. K.|
|LC Classifications||TP372.3 .M53 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||85227869|
In this study, the authors analyzed enterococci obtained from processed (both dry and wet types) and non-processed (raw-frozen) foods of the main brands commercialized in Portugal. The study included 46 samples (22 wet, 15 dry, 9 raw-frozen) from 24 international brands, sourced from 8 supermarkets and one veterinary clinic. This Brief presents a chemical perspective on frozen vegetables, also known as “ready-to-use” foods. It elucidates the chemical properties and modifications of vegetables from harvest and treatment to the end of their long shelf-life. Particular attention is given to the microbiological.
Get this from a library! A manual of methods for the bacteriological examination of frozen foods. [L P Hall; Campden Food Preservation Research Association.]. The Microbiology Handbook series includes Dairy Products, Fish and Seafood, and Meat Products, published by Leatherhead Food International and RSC Publishing. The books in the series are designed as easy-to-use guides to the microorganisms found in foods. Each book provides a brief overview of the.
As many frozen foods are cooked in a microwave oven, manufacturers have developed packaging that can go straight from freezer to the microwave. In , the first differential heating container (DHC) was sold to the public. A DHC is a sleeve of metal designed to allow frozen foods to receive the correct amount of heat. Christian JHB () Microbiological Criteria for Foods (Summary of recommendations of FAO/WHO expert consultations and working groups ), WHO/VPH/, World Health Organization, Geneva. Thatcher FS () The microbiology of specific frozen foods in relation to public health: report of an international committee.
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The book then discusses the concerns of regulators at the federal and local levels concerning food microbiology, particularly the safety or wholesomeness of foods. The next chapters focus on industry perspectives regarding food safety; the role of universities in food microbiological research; and problems and challenges presented by foodborne Book Edition: 1.
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The inherent inconvenience and danger of establishing microbiological standards for foods without careful evaluative techniques are explained. The impact of microbiological standards for foods upon incipient or frank spoilage is discussed. Keywords: cryogenics, frozen foods, standards, microbiology, bacteria, toxicology, pathology.
At first sight the microbiology of frozen foods is not a very promising topic, as it is well known that frozen temperatures halt microbial growth. However, the mechanism of action and the effects of freezing and thawing on microbial death, sub-lethal injury and the recovery of microorganisms from frozen foods have been extensively investigated Cited by: Microbiology of Frozen Foods Microorganisms that can be present in foods for human consumption include viruses, bacteria, yeasts, molds, protozoa, or multicellular parasites.
Some foodborne microorganisms in each of these groups can cause disease in by: Abstract. The usefulness of microbiological standards for frozen foods is now a controversy in the trade and scientific literature. Most reviewers have given arguments both for and against, and have concluded that they should be applied with great by: Abstract.
Any discussion of the microbiology of frozen foods must begin with an understanding of the effect of temperature on microbial growth. Each microorganism has an optimum temperature for growth, a maximum temperature permitting growth and, fortunately for food preservation purposes, a minimum temperature below which microbial growth does not by: 1.
For a professional food scientist, this is the only microbiology book that you will need. It carefully and in great detail covers the sensitivity of all the pathogens found in foods to different processing treatments to inactivate them. (3) Add to cart Add to My List Microorganisms in Foods 7: Microbiological Testing in Food Safety Management.
This book is a valuable resource for those involved in food microbiology, science and technology, and industry; bacteriology; and public health. Show less Microbiological Quality of Foods contains the proceedings of a conference held in Franconia, New Hampshire, on August The factors influencing the bacterial content of prepackaged frozen foods have been summarized in the following manner: (1) the treatment of the raw product including the number of bacteria originally present in the raw product, the manner and rapidity of handling between harvesting and processing, the processing methods, and the hygienic Cited by: Food Microbiology Is The First Entirely New, Comprehensive Student Text To Be Published On This Subject For More Than 10 Years.
It Covers The Whole Field Of Modern Food Microbiology, Including Recent Developments In The Procedures Used To Assay And Control Microbiological Quality In Book Covers The Three Main Themes Of The Interaction Of Micro 4/5(3).
To date, microbiological standards have been released for frozen pot pies only. The advisory council, which is composed of persons from industry, educational institutions, and public health agencies, has been evaluating microbiological risks associated with most foods and beverages prior to decisions as to whether or not standards should be.
Microbiology refers to the study of microorganisms. As the name suggests, microorganisms are organisms that are so small they can only be seen using a microscope.
Bacteria, fungi (such as yeasts and molds), protozoa, viruses, algae, and some parasites are all types of microorganisms. Some people alsoFile Size: 2MB.
Laboratory Methods in Food Microbiology describes a wide range of methods for use in the microbiological analysis of foods, including approaches to counting and detection procedures for microorganisms, identification of bacteria, yeasts and fungi, microbiological analysis for the main food commodity groups, and safety in the food microbiology Edition: 3.
In the first edition of this book foods were grouped on the basis of commodities (e.g., milk and milk products) or processes (e.g., frozen Microorganisms in Foods 2. Sampling for microbiological analysis: Principles and specific Microorganisms in Foods 2.
Sampling for microbiological analysis: Principles and specificFile Size: KB. Other reviews here said this book was full of inaccuracies. Heck if I know. I'm a lay person.
I found it very easy to read filled with great factoids like algin in algae is used in ice-cream, frozen foods, toothpaste and floor polish or one-third of the corn crop and one-half of the soybean and cotton crops are genetically modified/5(37). Laboratory Methods in Food Microbiology describes a wide range of methods for use in the microbiological analysis of foods, including approaches to counting and detection procedures for microorganisms, identification of bacteria, yeasts and fungi, microbiological analysis for the main food commodity groups, and safety in the food microbiology laboratory.5/5(3).
Quality in Frozen Food Chapter PDF Available. January ; DOI: /_ In book: Quality in Frozen Foods (pp.
contaminating other foods are effective measures for consumers to reduce risk. Regulatory control measures have included monitoring of harvest waters and microbiological sampling of.
Desiccation has long been used to preserve foods and is accelerated through the addition of salt or sugar, which decrease water activity in foods. Lyophilization combines cold exposure and desiccation for the long-term storage of foods and laboratory materials, but microbes remain and can be rehydrated.
Some psychrotrophic microorganisms grow very slowly in foods below freezing, but usually not below 19°F. There are a few reports of growth, usually of molds, at 14°F, but no reliable reports of growth below that temperature.
This means that the standard storage temperature for frozen foods, O°F, does not permit microbial growth.This book focuses on state of the art technologies to produce microbiologically safe foods for our global dinner table.
Each chapter summarizes the most recent scientific advances, particularly with respect to food processing, pre- and post-harvest food .Advances in applied microbiology, volume 4,contents: Induced mutagenesis in the selection of microorganisms - The importance of bacterial viruses in industrial processes, especially in the dairy industry - Applied microbiology in animal nutrition - Biological aspects of continuous cultivation of microorganisms - Maintenance and loss in tissue culture of specific .