Fruit Processing: Nutrition, Products, and Quality Management / Edition 2

Fruit Processing: Nutrition, Products, and Quality Management / Edition 2

by Philip R. Ashurst, David Arthey
     
 

Consumption of food products based on or containing fruit is increasing as consumers in the developed world seek a diet which they perceive to be healthy. At the same time, developing countries are increasing their volumes of value-added fruit processing in order to earn important foreign currency. This book provides a concise, thorough and authoritative coverage

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Overview

Consumption of food products based on or containing fruit is increasing as consumers in the developed world seek a diet which they perceive to be healthy. At the same time, developing countries are increasing their volumes of value-added fruit processing in order to earn important foreign currency. This book provides a concise, thorough and authoritative coverage of the technology of fruit processing from a worldwide perspective. Detailed coverage of the use of fruit by-products, environmental issues, quality assurance and hygiene reflect the importance of these topics. New chapters cover biochemistry and implications for processing, packaging, and quality management systems and HACCP. Food technologists, production managers and technical staff in the fruit processing industry and its equipment suppliers will find the book an important information source, while those in academic and research establishments will use it as a key reference.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780834217331
Publisher:
Springer US
Publication date:
01/01/2001
Edition description:
2nd ed. 2001
Pages:
375
Product dimensions:
0.88(w) x 7.00(h) x 10.00(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction To Fruit Processing. Biochemistry of Fruits and its Implications on Processing. Fruit and Human Nutrition. Storage, Ripening and Handling of Fruit. Production of Non-fermented Fruit Products. Cider, Perry, Fruit Wines and Other Fermented Fruit Beverages. Production of Thermally Processed and Frozen Fruit. The Manufacture of Preserves, Flavorings and Dried Fruits. Packaging for Fruit Products. The By-Products of Fruit Processing. Quality Management System and HACCP. Water Supplies, Effluent Disposal and Other Environmental Considerations.

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