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Vacuum impregnation (VI) is considered as a useful technique to quickly introduce external liquids in the porous structures of animal and plant tissues, in a controlled way. As consequence some mass transfer processes (as dewatering) are improved and also some changes in food composition may be...
Functional ingredients of grape seeds include several flavonoids with a phenolic nature such as monomeric flavanols (catechin and epicatechin), dimeric, trimeric and polymeric procyanidins, and phenolic acids (gallic acid and ellagic acid). These flavonoids have been reported to exhibit...
An excessive intake of meat products, particularly dry fermented sausages, is not recommended from a health point of view, at least for some population groups, due to their high level of sodium and animal fat. Many efforts of the meat industry are focused on the development of new products with...
There is increasing evidence for a viable but non-culturable (VBNC) state in microbes, particularly in the stressing environment presented by modern foods with their varied pre-treatment and packaging strategies. This is a cause for concern because of evidence that microbial pathogens in such a...
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