Electronic Irradiation Of Foods

Author: R. B. Miller
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387283862
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The book provides significant technical depth for interested workers and present descriptive, introductory material that should help demystify technology for businessmen to make informed choices regarding important investments decisions.

Food Irradiation Research And Technology

Author: Christopher H. Sommers
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470276398
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In this book, experts from industry, government, and academia: define the basic principles of irradiation and the public health benefits of irradiation describe advances in irradiation technology, detection technology, and radiation ...

Applied Radiation Chemistry

Author: Robert J. Woods
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471544524
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Applied Radiation Chemistry takes a long hard look at the entire field of radiation processing: its history, the current state of technology, level of use, controversial applications, and promising developments.

Careers In Nutrition

Author: Linda Bickerstaff
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781404202498
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Food scientists have found that, like classical pasteurization, food irradiation kills
harmful bacteria and other organisms but does not change the proteins, sugars,
and other nutrients in food. Gamma rays. X-rays, and electronic beams, all of
which are types of ionizing radiation, can be used to inactivate spoilage and
disease-causing microorganisms without harmful changes to the food. According
to an article from the International Food Information Council entitled "Food
Irradiation: A ...

Study Guide For Whitney Rolfes Understanding Nutrition 13th

Author: Whitney, Eleanor Noss
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285950690
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Food Intoxications B. Food Safety in the Marketplace 1. Industry Controls 2.
Consumer Awareness C. Food Safety in the Kitchen 1. Safe Handling of Meats
and Poultry 2. Safe Handling of Seafood 3. Other Precautions and Procedures D.
Food Safety While Traveling E. Advances in Food Safety 1. Irradiation 2.
Consumer Concerns about Irradiation 3. Regulation of Irradiation 4. Other
Pasteurizing Systems II. Nutritional Adequacy of Foods and Diets A. Obtaining
Nutrient Information B.

Radiation Chemistry Of Major Food Components

Author: P. S. Elias
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
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Filipov, Y., Efimova, M. & Kuznetsova, E. (l964). Changes in the fats of foods y-
irradiated during prolonged storage. Mater. Nauch .- Prakt.Konf., Ispol'Z. Ioniz.
Izcuch. Nar . Khoz . 26l . 34. Firestone, D., Horwitz, W., Friedman, L. & Shue, G.M.
(l96l). Heated fats. I. Studies of the effects of heating on the chemical nature of
cottonseed oil. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 38, 253. 35. Forss, D.A., Angelini, P. Bazinet
, M.L. a Merritt , C. (l967). Volatile compounds produced by copper-catalyzed
oxidation ...

Dfa Leader

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But a couple of major beef recalls by restaurant chains in the 1990s reinforced
food safety's position among the top priorities for the beef industry and helped
bring the irradiation option to the fore. The largest U.S. ground beef recall in
history occurred in August 1997, when a 0157:H7 contamination forced
Nebraska-based Hudson Foods out of business. Just four months later,
irradiation of beef products gained FDA approval. Electronic irradiation uses a
simple beam of electricity to kill ...

Electron Beam Pasteurization And Complementary Food Processing Technologies

Author: Suresh Pillai
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1782421084
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There is probably no other food processing technology that has been as
exhaustively studied and researched as food irradiation. During this time, this
technology has moved from a radioactive-isotopebased technology to today's
electron beam (eBeam) or electronic pasteurization version, which is based on
commercial electricity and is a “switch-on–switch-off technology.” Food irradiation
is now being used all around the world. Foods such as meat and poultry products
, spices and ...

Food And Environmental Protection Newsletter

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Short course on Food Pasteurization with Electronic Irradiation; Texas, USA; 8-11
February 2005 The National Center for Electron Beam Food Research invited
food processors, produce packers, inspectors, consultants, university and
extension educators and regulatory colleagues around the world to participate in
our February 2005 short course featuring electron beam, x- ray, and gamma
irradiation techniques for food safety, shelf-life extension and quarantine

Farm Security And Rural Investment Act Of 2002

Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1428906606
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The Secretary of Health and Human Services (referred to in this section as the ''
Secretary'') shall publish a proposed rule and, with due consideration to public
comment, a final rule to revise, as appropriate, the current regulation governing
the labeling of foods that have been treated to reduce pest infestation or
pathogens by treatment by irradiation using radioactive isotope, electronic beam,
or x-ray.