publication . Doctoral thesis . 2011

Pulsed Electric Field treatment of packaged food

Roodenburg, B.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 07 Dec 2011
  • Publisher: Ridderprint B.V.
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
Food manufacturers are looking for new preservation techniques that don’t influence the fresh-like characteristics of products. Non-thermal pasteurisation of food with Pulsed Electric Fields (often referred to as PEF) is an emerging technology, where the change of the food is less than with thermal pasteurisation. With this method, pasteurisation is realised by electroporation of bacterial membranes, which prolong the shelf-life of the product. Existing PEF treatment is based on the application of the electric field prior to packaging. To avoid re-contamination of the product during packaging, it is packed aseptically (i.e. sterile). The goal of this research is...
Subjects
free text keywords: PEF, Pulsed Electric Field, electroporation, food, packaging, pouches, non-thermal, pasteurisation
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NWO| Pulsed electric fields in prepackaged liquid food products
Project
  • Funder: Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) (NWO)
  • Project Code: 2300147598
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