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Food Industry Wastes: Assessment and Recuperation of Commodities, Second Edition presents a multidisciplinary view of the latest scientific and economic approaches to food waste management, novel technologies and treatment, their evaluation and assessment. It evaluates and synthesizes knowledge in the areas of food waste management, processing technologies, environmental assessment, and wastewater cleaning. Containing numerous case studies, this book presents food waste valorization via emerging chemical, physical, and biological methods developed for treatment and product recovery.
This new edition addresses not only recycling trends but also innovative strategies for food waste prevention. The economic assessments of food waste prevention efforts in different countries are also explored. This book illustrates the emerging environmental technologies that are suitable for the development of both sustainability of the food systems and a sustainable economy. So, this volume is a valuable resource for students and professionals including food scientists, bio/process engineers, waste managers, environmental scientists, policymakers, and food chain supervisors.
- Provides guidance on current regulations for food process waste and disposal practices
- Highlights novel developments needed in policy making for the reduction of food waste
- Raises awareness of the sustainable food waste management techniques and their appraisal through Life Cycle Assessment
- Explores options for reducing food loss and waste along the entire food supply chain.
Food scientists, food and nutrition researchers, academics, graduate and upper-level undergraduate students, professionals and researchers interested in environmental science and food engineering, technologists, process engineers, waste managers, environmental risk assessors, food chain supervisors, and policy makers
PART I. Food Industry Wastes: Challenges and Prospects
1. Definitions, measurements and drivers of food loss and waste
2. Effectiveness and efficiency of food waste prevention policies, circular economy and food industry
3. Sources, characteristics and treatment of plant-based food wastes
4. Sources, characteristics, treatment, and analyses of animal-based food wastes
PART II. Treatment of Solid Food Waste
5. Food waste: a potential bioresource for extraction of nutraceuticals and bioactive compounds
6. Valorization of citrus wastes through sustainable extraction processes
7. Solid state fermentation of food industry wastes
8. Microbial production of butanol from food industry waste
9. Inventory of food processing side streams in EU and prospects for biorefinery development
10. Valorisation of rice straw for ethylene and jet fuel production: A techno-economic assessment
PART III. Enhanced Bioprocessing of Liquid Food Waste
11. Biopolymers produced from food wastes: a case study on biosynthesis of bacterial cellulose from fruit juices
12. Fermentation of fruit and vegetable wastes for biobased products
13. Biotechnological approach for valorization of whey for value added products
PART IV. Environmental Assessment and Rehabilitation of Wastewater
14. Accounting for the environmental impact of food wastes on water resources and climate change
15. Application of life cycle assessment to food industry wastes
16. Microbial electrochemical production of energy and value-added chemicals from agri-food wastewater
Part V. Stimulating Innovations and Drivers for Prevention of Food Wastes
17. The dry chain: Reducing postharvest losses and improving food safety in humid climates
18. Market-based tools for reduction of food waste in grocery retail
19. Mathematical modelling approach applied to food waste reduction at retailer and consumer levels in food supply chain
20. Sharing platform and innovative business models: enablers and barriers in the innovation process
21. Management of hospitality food waste and the role of consumer behavior
22. Challenges with food waste management in the food cold chains.
Concluding Remarks and Future Prospects
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 2nd August 2020
- Academic Press
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Dr. Kosseva’s expertise is in the fields of chemical/bioprocess engineering, waste management, and environmental biotechnology. Starting in the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, her research and teaching skills were further developed at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and Hiroshima University, Japan. At the University College Dublin, Ireland, she set up and led a new research laboratory. At the University of Nottingham Ningbo China, she established a modern teaching laboratory and taught Biochemical Engineering and Materials Engineering modules.
Scientific Expert for European Commission Research Executive Agency
Professor Colin Webb graduated in 1976 as a chemical engineer and earned his PhD in biochemical engineering in 1980. He is a Fellow of the International Academy of Food Science and Technology. His research at the interface between biotechnology and chemical engineering is directed towards the sustainable bioconversion of agricultural raw materials and the development of integrated biorefinery systems.
Former director of the Satake Centre for Grain Process Engineering, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
"The second edition of the volume presents a multi-vision of the most recent scientific and economic approaches to food waste management. Through numerous cases of study, the book illustrates the ration of food waste alised with chemical and physical methods and emerging biologics developed for treatment and recovery of products. The new edition addresses recyling trends, innovating strategies for the preavoidance of food waste, and also examine the variations of economic efforts to prevention towards this problem in different countries. " --Ingredenti Alimentari
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