Rapid and On-Line Instrumentation for Food Quality Assurance
- I Tothill, Cranfield University, UK
Part one reviews the emergence of new methods for analysing food safety. It includes chapters on the detection of foreign bodies, other contaminants such as toxins, pesticides, dioxins and veterinary residues, and rapid methods for detecting pathogenic and spoilage bacteria. Part two discusses the measurement of product quality. There are chapters on analysing ingredients such as additives and micronutrients, genetically-modified organisms and added water. A number of chapters discuss methods for analysing food composition, and the use of electronic noses to monitor food quality. A final chapter reviews ways of integrating such measurements into effective process control.
Rapid and on-line instrumentation for food quality assurance provides a benchmark of good practice in this important field, and will be a valuable reference for the food industry.
The food industry
- Published: August 2003
- Imprint: Woodhead Publishing
- ISBN: 978-1-85573-674-0
…an excellent text to both the trainee food technologist and the experienced technologist. The text clearly achieves its aims and will provide the food industry with a good point of reference prior to implementation of new approaches to food safety and quality monitoring., Read and Digest
…provides a structured and systematic, up-to-date account of exhisting and new methods avialble for food safety anlaysis. …clearly written and well-presented compendium of useful information on a wide variety of instrumental techniques for food analysis. It is therefore highly recommended as an important reference tool for all individuals working in the food industry, particularly in the areas of quality assurance/quality control., Carbohydrate Polymers
…of enduring value and considerable assistance., Food Australia