Handbook of Sourdough Microbiota and Fermentation: Food Safety, Health Benefits, and Product Development

Handbook of Sourdough Microbiota and Fermentation: Food Safety, Health Benefits, and Product Development

Handbook of Sourdough Microbiota and Fermentation: Food Safety, Health Benefits, and Product Development

Handbook of Sourdough Microbiota and Fermentation: Food Safety, Health Benefits, and Product Development

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Handbook of Sourdough Microbiota and Fermentation: Food Safety, Health Benefits, and Product Development links the cereal and sourdough-based microorganisms, fermentations and microbial metabolites with food hygiene and safety, functional and health promoting properties, and their potential interest to be employed in the agro-food sector and beyond. Structured in a way that provides the latest findings and most recent approaches and trends on sourdough this book also emphasizes the biotechnological aspects, such as fermentation, food processing and the use of beneficial microorganisms and their metabolites in different ways and in different industries. Written by experts from a multidisciplinary perspective, this book is a remarkable reference to a wide range of audiences with different backgrounds, from academics and researchers in food science to industrial food engineers and technicians, food plant managers, and new product and processing developers/managers in food packaging and preservation.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780443186226
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Publication date: 06/01/2024
Pages: 584
Product dimensions: 7.50(w) x 9.21(h) x (d)

About the Author

Fatih Ozogul is a Professor in the Department of Seafood Processing Technology at the Cukurova University. He has more than 18 years of practical experience as researcher/lecturer, working at the Cukurova University. His job also involves teaching in the field of food science and microbiology. He received his PhD from Lincoln University (United Kingdom) in Food Science and Microbiology in 2002. He has many publications in SCI & SCI-E (over 140) in the different food science journals with high impact factors and chapters in international food books. He is an associate editor of Food Bioscience and Frontiers in Microbiology (Food Section) and also serves as an associate editor for Trends in Food Sceince and Technology (Elsevier journal). Beyond his successes as a researcher, he has attended many international conferences as speaker. He plays a role as reviewer in many food science journal and projects for EU (European Union).

João M. Rocha PhD, is a researcher at Laboratory for Process Engineering, Environment, Biotechnology and Energy (LEPABE), Department of Chemical Engineering (DEQ), Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto (FEUP). His PhD is in Food Science and Engineering from University of Lisboa. He is the Chair, Principal Coordinator and Grant Holder Scientific Representative of the COST Action SOURDOMICS (CA18101) with 55 countries from 5 Continents. He is also Secretary of the General Assembly board of the National Association of Science and Technology Researchers (ANICT). His research activities and interests related with cereal science and sourdough biotechnology encompasses: phenotypic and genotypic screening and characterization of microorganisms; design and development of fermentation processes and starter cultures; production, extraction and purification of functional microbial metabolites; design of innovative food products and processes and valorization of by-products and food wastes; food safety and ascertaining the health promoting effects, environmental sustainability and economic feasibility of food.

Elena Bartkiene is an author and co-author of more than 120 ISI WOS publications, 2 EPO and 1 national patents. Occupational field: agro-innovations and food / feed (bio)technologies. She is member of Lithuanian Academy of Sciences; Member of ISEKI-Food Association (Vienna, Austria); Member of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) (Chicago, USA); Member of the Global Harmonization Initiative (GHI) (Vienna, Austria); Expert of the international programmes - projects at the Lithuanian Science Council (LMT); Expert at the Polish National Science Center; Expert of the Lithuanian Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA); Reviewer and editor of the national and international scientific journals.

Table of Contents

Section 1: FOOD HYGIENE AND SAFETY IN SOURDOUGH AND BAKERY PRODUCTS
1. Chemical and physical food safety contaminants and preventive control on sourdough and bakery products
2. Safety aspect of natural starter used in sourdough products
3. LACTIC ACID BACTERIA FROM SOURDOUGH WITH ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES
4. The impact of the lactic acid bacteria on the food-borne pathogens in sourdough-based products
5. Ropiness, bacterial and mould food spoilage in sourdough and bakery products

Section 2: FUNCTIONAL AND HEALTH PROMOTING PROPERTIES OF SOURDOUGH-BASED MICROBIOTA AND FERMENTATIONS
6. Recent development in the microbial diversity in sourdoughs
7. Recent advances in food poisoning and respective diseases in baking products
8. Functional and health promoting properties of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) from sourdough-based and other agro-food products
9. The impact of fermentation on development of medical foods (for Celiac, IBS patients)
10. Functional and health promoting properties of acid-tolerant yeasts from sourdough-based and other agro-food products
11. Nutritional value and health benefits in the gut microbiome of sourdough-based and other baking products
12. The food-gut-health axis of dairy lactic acids bacteria
13. Sourdough-based microbiota, fermentations and development of taste and aroma active compounds and their impact on the final products and in the global sensorial perception and preferences by the consumers
14. Sourdough-based microbiota, fermentations and the development of antimicrobial and antioxidant metabolites
15. Sourdough-based microbiota and fermentations as a source of exopolysaccharides (EPS), starch, dietary fibres, phenolic acids, fatty acids, phytosterols and other bioactive compounds
16. The Development of Functional Bread and Other Bakery Products
17. Use of non-conventional ingredients to develop and improve functional and bio-fortified sourdough-based and other bakery products
18. Potential contaminants in sourdough and sourdough-based products and possible solutions

Section 3: APPLICATIONS OF SOURDOUGH MICROORGANISMS AND THEIR METABOLITES IN AGRO-FOOD AND BEYOND
19. Quality, nutritional value, sensory attributes, and shelf-life of gluten-free bread and other gluten-free baking goods
20. Recent advances in sourdough-based microorganisms and their metabolites in dairy, meat, and non-fermented and fermented beverages
21. Recent development in sourdough-based microorganisms and metabolites in nutraceuticals and dietary supplements
22. Sourdough-based microorganisms and metabolites in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products
23. Recent development in sourdough-based metabolites in biochemical products
24. The role of sourdough technology in modulating the sensory and rheology properties of the alternative food sources (macro/microalgae, insects, fungi)
25. Emerging trends in baking market and consumers’ demands, preferences, and acceptance of sourdough-based products

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