Mitigating contamination from food processing


Author(s): Birch, Catherine S.; Bonwick, Graham A

Series: Food chemistry function and analysis no. 19

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry, Year: 2020

ISBN: 9781788016438,9781782629221,9781788019064,1788016432,1788019067


Methods for identification and measurement of existing and newly discovered contaminants are required, especially those that are cheap, simple and rapid, so that testing may be more frequent within the food supply chain. This book examines the formation of toxic compounds during the processing of food and strategies to mitigate their creation. Modification of process conditions can reduce the health risks posed by these compounds to consumers. This new volume will update knowledge on current methods for mitigation of these process contaminants and is aimed at industrialists in food processing, academic researchers and graduate students studying food science and technology or food engineering;European regulations of process contaminants in food / Graham A. Bonwick and Catherine S. Birch — Formation, analysis, occurrence and mitigation of acrylamide content in foods / P. Simko and L. Kolaric — Risk/benefits evaluation of acrylamide mitigation initiatives in cereal products / Marta Mesías, Cristina Delgado-Andrade and Francisco J. Morales — 2- and 3-monochloropropanediol (MCPD) esters and glycidyl esters: methods of analysis, occurrence, and mitigation in refined oils, infant formula, and other processed foods / Jessica K. Beekman, Michael Granvogl and Shaun MacMahon — Strategies to mitigate MCPD and glycidyl esters in refined oils and foods / Willian Cruzeiro Silva, Roseli Aparecida Ferrari, Eduardo Vicente, Klicia Araujo Sampaio and Adriana Pavesi Arisseto — Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in processed food: scientific challenges and research recommendations / Lochan Singh and Tripti Agarwal — 3-MCPD and glycidyl esters in palm oil / Biow Ing Sim, Yu Hua Wong and Chin Ping Tan — Advanced glycation endproducts (AGEs) in food: health implications and mitigation strategies / Catherine S. Birch and Graham A. Bonwick

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