Moderate and high intensity pulsed electric fields : Effect on microbial inactivation, shelf life and quality of fruit juices

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Timmermans, Rian Adriana Hendrika;
(2018)
  • Publisher: Wageningen University
  • Subject: FBR Food Technology | Food Technology | VLAG

<p>Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) processing has gained a lot of interest the last decades as mild processing technology as alternative to thermal pasteurisation, and is suitable for preservation of liquid food products such as fruit juices. PEF conditions typically applie... View more
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