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Title Green technologies in food production and processing / Joyce I. Boye, Yves Arcand, editors.
Imprint New York : Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2012.

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Series Food engineering series, 1571-0297
Food engineering series.
Subject Food industry and trade -- Environmental aspects.
Alt Name Boye, Joyce I.
Arcand, Yves.
Description 1 online resource (xviii, 681 pages) : illustrations (some color).
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Annotation This book will review the current status of the agriculture and agri-food sector in regard to green processing and provide strategies that can be used by the sector to enhance the use of environmentally-friendly technologies for production, processing. The book will look at the full spectrum from farm to fork beginning with chapters on life cycle analysis and environmental impact assessment of different agri-food sectors. This will be followed by reviews of current and novel on-farm practices that are more environmentally-friendly, technologies for food processing that reduce chemical and energy use and emissions as well as novel analytical techniques for R & D and QA which reduce solvent, chemical and energy consumption. Technologies for waste treatment, "reducing, reusing, recycling", and better water and energy stewardship will be reviewed. In addition, the last section of the book will attempt to look at technologies and processes that reduce the generation of process-induced toxins (e.g., trans fats, acrylamide, D-amino acids) and will address consumer perceptions about current and emerging technologies available to tackle these processing and environmental issues.
Contents Part I. The Food Chain -- 1. Introduction to the Global Agri-Food System -- 2. Key Drivers of Tomorrow's Food Chain -- Part II. Life Cycle/Environmental Impact Assessment -- 3. Life Cycle Assessment and the Agri-Food Chain -- 4. LCA of Crop Production -- 5. LCA of Animal Production -- 6. LCA of Processed Food -- Part III. Green Technologies in Food Production -- 7. Managing Nutrient Cycles in Crop and Livestock Systems with Green Technologies -- 8. Environmental Performance of Organic Farming -- 9. Food Transportation Issues and Reducing Carbon Footprint -- Part IV. Green Technologies in Food Processing -- 10. Supercritical and Near-Critical CO2 Processing -- 11. Green Separation Technologies in Food Processing : Supercritical-CO2 Fluid and Subcritical Water Extraction -- 12. Electrodialysis in Food Processing -- 13. Enzyme-assisted Food Processing -- 14. Emerging Technologies for Microbial Control in Food Processing -- 15. Green Technologies in Food Dehydration -- 16. Green Packaging -- Part V. Environmentally-Friendly Approaches to R&D and QA -- 17. Microtechnology and Nanotechnology in Food Science -- 18. Bead-based Arrays: Multiplex Analyses -- 19. Green Research and Development -- 20. Massidea.org -- A Greener Way to Innovate -- Part VI. Health and Social Perspectives -- 21. Reducing Process-Induced Toxins in Foods -- 22. The Fallacy of Bio-based Materials and Biodegradability -- 23. "Green" Food Processing Technologies: Factors Affecting Consumers Acceptance -- 24. Food Biodiversity and Sustainable Diets: Implications of Applications for Food Production and Processing.
ISBN 9781461415879 (electronic bk.)
146141587X (electronic bk.)
1461415861
9781461415862
9781461415862
OCLC # 773812767


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