Crystallization In Foods

Author: Richard W. Hartel
Publisher: Boom Koninklijke Uitgevers
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In addition, this book may be of interest to scientists and other professionals in the personal care and cosmetics industry, which shares some of the same quality and texture concerns as the food industry.

Physical Chemistry Of Foods

Author: Henry G. Schwartzberg
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824786939
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control of sugar crystallization is crucial to produce a large number of fine crystals
that give the desired texture. Similarly, tempering of chocolates requires control of
crystallization rates in addition to crystallization in the proper polymorphic form to
produce a chocolate that has good snap and sheen as well as good stability
during storage. Improper tempering can result in dull, soft chocolates that bloom
quite readily upon storage. While controlling crystallization in foods is certainly ...

Food Properties Handbook Second Edition

Author: M. Shafiur Rahman
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420003093
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Maturation includes recrystallization (or ripening) resulting in formation of crystals
with lower energy state and crystal perfection. Crystallization is a common unit
operation in the food industry and it may often occur in food storage. Sugar and
salt industries are based on crystallization processes, crystallization is essential
in the fats and oils industry as well as in manufacturing of confectionary, and ice
formation is an important part of the frozen foods industry. Crystallization into
several ...

Handbook Of Industrial Crystallization

Author: Allan Myerson
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 9780080533513
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Allan Myerson. 13 CRYSTALLIZATION IN FOODS Richard W. Hartel TABLE 13.1
Typical Food Products For Which Controlling Crystallization Is Important to
Component Product Categories Product Examples ice Frozen desserts ice cream
, frozen yogurt, etc. Frozen foods Meats, fruits and vegetables, entrées, etc.
Freeze dried products Instant coffee, dried fruits, rehydratable meals, etc. Sugars
Confectionery products Grained caramels, fudge, fondant, panned goods,
chewing gum, etc.

Food Engineering Volume Iii

Author: Gustavo V. Barbosa-Cánovas
Publisher: EOLSS Publications
ISBN: 1905839464
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Controlling Sugar Crystallization in Food Products. Food Technol. 47(11), 99-107
. [General article on how sugar crystallizes in foods and how to control sugar
crystallization for the desired product quality attributes]. Hartel R.W. (1995).
Crystallization and Drying During Hard Panning. Manufacturing Confectioner 75(
2), 51-57. [Discussion of principles of sugar crystallization as related to the
formation of sugar shells on hard panned confections]. Hartel R.W. (1996). Ice
Crystallization ...

Understanding And Controlling The Microstructure Of Complex Foods

Author: D. Julian McClements
Publisher: Elsevier
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In the study on the effects of processing conditions, attention has been drawn
recently to non-isothermal nucleation/crystallization, organogels, and
crystallization in food emulsion. Until now, most of the studies on fat
crystallization were under isothermal condition, where temperature of fat samples
was assumed to be constant during experiments. However, in real food
manufacturing practice, products are always cooled under a specific cooling rate
and the temperature of products ...

Common Fundamentals And Unit Operations In Thermal Desalination Systems Volume Ii

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Crystallization - Hartel, R.W. Hartel R.W. (1993). Controlling Sugar Crystallization
in Food Products. Food Technol. 47(11), 99-107. [General article on how sugar
crystallizes in foods and how to control sugar crystallization for the desired
product quality attributes]. Hartel R.W. (1995). Crystallization and Drying During
Hard Panning. Manufacturing Confectioner 75(2), 51-57. [Discussion of
principles of sugar crystallization as related to the formation of sugar shells on
hard panned ...

Physical Chemistry Of Foods

Author: Pieter Walstra
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780203910436
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Introductory discussions related to foods are found in J. M. V. Blanshard. P.
Lillford. Food Behaviour and Structure. Academic Press. London, 1987. This
especially concerns Chapters 3, General principles of crystallization by J.
Garside; 4. Ice crystallization by J. M. V. Blanshard, F. Franks; and 5, Fat
crystallization by P. Walstra. A monograph covering many aspects of
crystallization in foods, including engineering aspects, is R. W. Hartel.
Crystallization of Foods. Aspen Gaithersburg, MD ...

Food Colloids

Author: Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 9780854048502
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In foods, emulsion crystallization was discovered accidentally, first as part of the
butter churning process1 and then in margarine manufacture. Margarine and fatty
spreads are oil-in-water emulsions in which a crystal network stabilizes and
structures what is basically a liquid, giving it solid properties. Margarine
manufacture is a little more complicated than simple emulsion crystallization.2
Whilst nucleation is initiated in the dispersed oil phase of an oil-in-water
emulsion, the emulsion is ...

Water Management In The Design And Distribution Quality Of Foods

Author: Yrjo Henr Roos
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781566767637
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Although it was recognized early that sugars, such as lactose and sucrose, may
exist in the amorphous state, the basic phenomena causing crystallization have
not been studied intensively. However, crystallization, such as lactose
crystallization in ice cream and dehydrated milk products, sugar crystallization in
confectionery, and retrogradation of starch in bread, is known to be a significant
factor contributing to deteriorative changes in food systems. Amorphous materials
are fairly ...