Fundamental principles of pulsed light technique in food preservation: Mini review

Mohammad Ali Shariati, Pimenov Nikolai, Laishevchev Alexey, Semykin Vladimir, Pigorev Igor, Shvarch Anatoly, Krupchatnikov Roman, Bashkirev Anatoly, Glinushkin Alexey

Abstract


Recently, emerging of new nondestructive technology along with increasing rate of consumer expectations regarding using of as much possible as consuming fresh material with no human manipulation has become
developed. In this mini review, overall principles of pulsed light treatment are studied and introduced as one of the effective novel method of preservation.

 

Keywords: pulsed light, food preservation, keeping quality

 

 


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URN: http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0000easl.v3i3.1095

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