Impact of high‐pressure processing on chemical constituents and nutritional properties in aquatic foods: a review

Impact of high‐pressure processing on chemical constituents and nutritional properties in... Among the recent advanced technologies, high‐pressure processing (HPP) has emerged as an attractive tool for inactivating microbial populations and endogenous enzymes activity, while retaining the sensory and nutritional properties. This review covers information concerning the research carried out on the changes undergone by the different chemical constituents of aquatic foods as a result of HPP, including modifications produced in nutritional value parameters. Such description includes changes produced just after the HPP as well as those resulting from a combination of HPP and further storage (i.e. refrigerated and frozen storages) or processing (thermal treatment, ready‐to‐eat products elaboration, etc.) corresponding to common commercial procedures employed nowadays by the food industry. The impact of constituent modifications on the formation of molecules related to quality parameters is also reviewed. Finally, the needs for complementary research on constituent changes by HPP and the possibilities for widening the application of this advanced technology are discussed. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Food Science & Technology Wiley

Impact of high‐pressure processing on chemical constituents and nutritional properties in aquatic foods: a review

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Wiley
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International Journal of Food Science and Technology © 2018 Institute of Food Science and Technology
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0950-5423
eISSN
1365-2621
D.O.I.
10.1111/ijfs.13693
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Abstract

Among the recent advanced technologies, high‐pressure processing (HPP) has emerged as an attractive tool for inactivating microbial populations and endogenous enzymes activity, while retaining the sensory and nutritional properties. This review covers information concerning the research carried out on the changes undergone by the different chemical constituents of aquatic foods as a result of HPP, including modifications produced in nutritional value parameters. Such description includes changes produced just after the HPP as well as those resulting from a combination of HPP and further storage (i.e. refrigerated and frozen storages) or processing (thermal treatment, ready‐to‐eat products elaboration, etc.) corresponding to common commercial procedures employed nowadays by the food industry. The impact of constituent modifications on the formation of molecules related to quality parameters is also reviewed. Finally, the needs for complementary research on constituent changes by HPP and the possibilities for widening the application of this advanced technology are discussed.

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International Journal of Food Science & TechnologyWiley

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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