Chitosan Applications in Food Systems

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Chitosan Applications in Food Systems
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Publisher : Academic Press
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ISBN : 0128216638
Pages : 240 pages
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Chitosan Applications in Food Systems is a practical resource for those looking to understand new applications of chitosan in the food industry. The content presented is written by experts in the field who have worked on the latest application of chitosan-based research to help researchers and scientists understand how recent applications combined with traditional food preservation hurdles, or novel hurdles such as active packaging, irradiation, and essential oils can improve methods of controlling microorganisms in foods. With an emphasis of potential of chitosan in food safety this reference briefly summarizes what chitosan-based research has already done for the industry, but also its potential applications and future prospects in food products. Explains the role of chitosan nanoparticles to fight against food pathogens Provides the latest developments on chitosan and food packaging, especially on active food packaging chitosan film production Presents chitosan research as a natural antimicrobial to enhance food safety Includes nutritional aspects of chitosan used in food applications

Chitosan Applications in Food Systems

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