Advances in Food, Bioproducts and Natural Byproducts for a Sustainable Future: From Conventional to Innovative Processes
Garcia-Garcia, Isidoro (editor)
Simal-Gandara, Jesus (editor)
Gullo, Maria (editor)
The world population is expected to reach almost 10,000 million in 2050, so, it is necessary to use our resources efficiently: to produce more food using less land and pollute less, to optimize the production and use of biomass from diversified resources. For this, new approaches and processes, with special emphasis from a biotechnological perspective, may need to be implemented to move towards a circular model that will confer environmental sustainability. In this book, the analysis and optimization of some examples of food and bioproduct processes, as well as development of innovative and emerging food and byproducts processing methods, are considered. Valorization, bioprocessing, and biorefining of food-industry-based streams, the role of industrial microorganisms, the isolation of high added-value compounds, applications of the resulting bio-based chemicals in food manufacturing, novel food formulations, among others, are addressed.
Keywordsvinegar; wine; acetification; bioprocesses; experimental design; polynomial modelling; black-box models; eggplant; anthocyanins; natural colorants; bioactivity; wheat; germ; wheat byproducts; agglutinin; WGA; toxicity; glycosylation; N-Acetylglucosamine; GlcNAc; carbohydrate; bioreactor systems; optimization; kombucha tea; microbial diversity; bacterial cellulose; Komagataeibacter xylinus; repetitive elements sequence-based rep-PCR; typing; basil; design of experiments; valorization strategies; chicken breast fillets; color; cooking loss; cooking temperature; cooking time; microbiological safety; shear force; sous vide cooking; TBARS; sourdough; yeasts; lactic acid bacteria; bioactive compounds; exopolysaccharides; antifungal activity; pectinase immobilization; nylon 6/6 carrier; pectinolytic activity; reusability; stability; lactic fermentation; functional beverages; volatile compounds; antioxidant activity; jackfruit; jackfruit processing; by-products; extraction methods; phenolic compounds; pectin; emerging technologies; innovative technologies; functional ingredients; olive oil extraction; microbial consortium; phenols; functional foods; compostable bioplastics; coatings; contact angle; grease resistance; paper; WVTR; LED; foams; cellulose; natural fibers; mechanical properties; microstructure; sparkling wine; protein; interact omics; amino acid metabolism; yeast; GO terms; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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