Environmentally-friendly food processing (ISBN-13: 978-1-85573-677-1; ISBN-10: 1-85573-677-2) With both regulation and consumer pressure increasing, the food industry needs to ensure that its production methods are sustainable and sensitive to environmental needs. This important collection reviews ways of analysing the impact of food processing operations on the environment, particularly life cycle assessment (LCA), and techniques for minimising that impact. The first part of the book looks at the application of LCA to the key product areas in food processing. Part II then discusses best practice in such areas as controlling emissions, waste treatment, energy efficiency and biobased food packaging.
Maximising the value of marine by-products (ISBN-13: 978-1-84569-013-7; ISBN-10: 1-84569-013-3) Overexploitation and declining fish stocks are creating an urgent need for better utilisation of seafood by-products. Currently a large proportion of the fish catch is wasted, even though marine by-products contain valuable protein and lipid fractions, vitamins, minerals and other bioactive compounds beneficial to human health. Edited by a leading authority and bringing together key experts in the field, this collection covers marine by-product characterisation, recovery, processing techniques, food and non-food applications, providing essential information for those involved in seafood by-product valorisation.
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