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Edible coatings and films to improve food quality  [1994]

Krochta, J.M.; Baldwin, E.A.; Nisperos-Carriedo, M.O.;

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There has been intense research into edible coatings and films in recent years for many reasons, including consumer interests in health, food quality, convenience, and safety; the fact that edible coatings can conceivably reduce the complexity and improve recyclability of packaging; and food scientists and engineers have isolated new materials that present new opportunities in the formation and properties of edible coatings and films. The intent of this book is to introduce newcomers to the field; describe materials appropriate for use; summarize properties; review methods for application; describe approaches for mathematical modeling; and summarize present and potential uses

Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Bibliography
In AGRIS since:
1995
Extent:
379 p.
Publisher:
Technomic Publ. Co.
ISBN:
15-667-61131
All titles:
"Edible coatings and films to improve food quality"@eng
Other:
"ill. bibliographical ref. Includes index"
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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Bibliography
In AGRIS since:
1995
Extent:
379 p.
Publisher:
Technomic Publ. Co.
ISBN:
15-667-61131
All titles:
"Edible coatings and films to improve food quality"@eng
Other:
"ill. bibliographical ref. Includes index"