Advantages of liquid nitrogen freezing of Penaeus monodon over conventional plate freezing

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Chakrabarti, R.; Chaudhury, D.R.;
(1987)
  • Subject: Fisheries
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages

Liquid nitrogen frozen products are biochemically and organoleptically superior to conventional plate frozen products but beneficial effect of liquid nitrogen freezing over conventional plate freezing can exist only up to 59 days at a commercial storage temperature of -... View more
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