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Ultrasound processing alone or in combination with other chemical or physical treatments as a safety and quality preservation strategy of fresh and processed fruits and vegetables: a review
(Food and Bioprocess Technology, 2019-08-12) Postcollita
Ultrasound (US) processing has emerged as a novel food preservation technology. This strategy has proved antimicrobial effects due to cavitation, which is the formation, growth, and collapse of bubbles ...
Strawberry sanitization by peracetic acid washing and its effect on fruit quality
(Food Microbiology, 2019-05-15) Postcollita
The risk posed by outbreaks associated with strawberries together with the safety issues of by-products from chlorine disinfection in the fruit industry has led to a search for alternative sanitizers. ...
Effect of ultrasound processing on the bioaccessibility of phenolic compounds and antioxidant capacity of selected vegetables
(Food Science and Biotechnology, 2019-05-09) Postcollita
Ultrasound processing can result in cell wall disruption, facilitating the release of the cellular content. Therefore, we hypothesized that sonication of vegetables could be used as a pre-treatment to ...
Physiochemical and nutritional characteristics, bioaccessibility and sensory acceptance of baked crackers containing broccoli co‐products
(International Journal of Food Science and Technology, 2018-08-09) Postcollita
The effects of the inclusion of broccoli co-products into crackers on the bioaccessibility as well as theiroverall physical and nutritional quality were evaluated. Crackers were formulated using a 12.5 ...
Effect of storage on total phenolics, antioxidant capacity, and physicochemical properties of blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L.) jam
(Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, 2018-05-24) Postcollita
This study investigated the effects of storage on the physicochemical and nutritional aspects ofblueberry jam. Jams were stored at either 4, 25, or 358C during a 56-day period. The pH was sig-nificantly ...
Potential of pulse‐derived proteins for developing novel vegan edible foams and emulsions
(International Journal of Food Science and Technology, 2019-07-10) Postcollita
Chefs around the world strive to go beyond ordinary and garnish dishes with edible foams and emulsions, generally made using proteins derived from soy or animal sources. However, the increasing number ...