The economic utilisation of food co-products /

As the world's population continues to grow so does the demand for food, and in consequence the amount of material left over from food production. No longer considered simply as "waste", many food co-products are being identified as economically-viable raw materials and their potentia...

Full description

Saved in:
Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Kazmi, Abbas (Editor), Shuttleworth, Peter (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: [Cambridge] : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013.
Series:RSC green chemistry series.
Subjects:
Online Access:CONNECT
CONNECT
LEADER 05051cam a2200613Ki 4500
001 mig00005335922
003 OCoLC
005 20210517054527.9
006 m o d
007 cr cnu---unuuu
008 131024s2013 enk o 001 0 eng d
015 |a GBB6G5350  |2 bnb 
016 7 |a 018021150  |2 Uk 
019 |a 990528945 
020 |a 9781849737326  |q (electronic bk.) 
020 |a 1849737320  |q (electronic bk.) 
020 |z 9781849736152 
020 |z 1849736154 
035 |a (OCoLC)861347296  |z (OCoLC)990528945 
035 0 0 |a ocm00000001wrldshrocn861347296 
037 |a 2019:1845  |b Royal Society of Chemistry  |n http://www.rsc.org/spr 
040 |a UKRSC  |b eng  |e rda  |e pn  |c UKRSC  |d COO  |d OCLCA  |d E7B  |d N$T  |d OCLCQ  |d YDXCP  |d EBLCP  |d VRC  |d OCLCQ  |d OCLCF  |d DEBSZ  |d OCLCQ  |d AGLDB  |d LIP  |d VGM  |d OCLCQ  |d VTS  |d NLE  |d AU@  |d UKMGB  |d STF  |d M8D  |d OCLCQ  |d NLW  |d OCLCQ 
049 |a TXMM 
050 4 |a TP155.2.E58 
082 0 4 |a 660.6  |2 23 
245 0 4 |a The economic utilisation of food co-products /  |c [edited by] Abbas Kazmi, Peter Shuttleworth. 
264 1 |a [Cambridge] :  |b Royal Society of Chemistry,  |c 2013. 
300 |a 1 online resource 
336 |a text  |b txt  |2 rdacontent 
337 |a computer  |b c  |2 rdamedia 
338 |a online resource  |b cr  |2 rdacarrier 
490 1 |a RSC green chemistry 
500 |a Includes index. 
520 |a As the world's population continues to grow so does the demand for food, and in consequence the amount of material left over from food production. No longer considered simply as "waste", many food co-products are being identified as economically-viable raw materials and their potential is enhanced by modern processing technologies and the biorefinery concept. This book presents a general overview of the current situation, with perspectives from within the food industry and policy makers in the introductory chapters. These are followed by five chapters exploring modern advanced processing techniques. Further chapters are dedicated to separate food groups, including cereals, oils, rice and fish, exploring the potential for making the best use of the co-products generated. Many of the processing technologies discussed will be familiar to students and practitioners of green chemistry, but the book goes further in presenting examples and case studies, written by active workers in the field from across the globe. Food technicians and process engineers will be amongst the researchers in academia and industry and postgraduate students this book is aimed for. 
588 0 |a Online resource; title from title details screen (Royal Society of Chemistry, viewed Oct. 24, 2013). 
505 0 |a Fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; fig1; _s_h_o_w_13_; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig2; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig3; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig4; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig5; fig6; fig6; fig6; fig6; fig6; fig6; fig6; fig6; fig6; fig6; fig7; fig7; fig7; fig7; fig7; fig7; fig7; fig7; fig7; fig7; fig8; fig8; fig8; fig8; fig8; fig8; fig8; fig8; fig8; fig8; _s_h_o_w_55_; fig9. 
505 8 |a Fig9fig9; fig9; fig9; fig9; fig10; fig10; fig11; fig11; fig10; fig10; fig11; fig11; fig10; fig10; fig11; fig11; fig12; fig12; fig12; fig12; fig12; fig12; sch1; sch1; sch1; sch1; fig13; fig13; fig13; fig13; fig13; fig13; fig14; fig14; fig14; fig14; fig14; fig14; fig15; fig15; fig15; fig15; fig15; fig15; fig16; fig16; fig16; fig16; fig16; fig16; fig17; fig17; fig17; fig17; fig18; fig18; fig18; fig18; fig19; fig19; fig20; fig20; fig22; fig22; fig21; fig21; fig23; fig23; fig24; fig24; fig25; fig25; fig26; fig26; fig28; fig28; fig27; fig27; fig29; fig29; fig30; fig30; sch2; sch2; sch3; sch3; sch4. 
505 8 |a Sch4sch5; sch5; sch6; sch6; sch7; sch7; sch8; sch8; sch9; sch9; sch10; sch10; sch11; sch11; sch12; sch12; sch13; sch13; sch14; sch14; sch15; sch15; sch16; sch16; sch17; sch17; sch18; sch18; sch19; sch19; sch20; sch20; sch21; sch21; sch22; sch22. 
546 |a English. 
590 |a EBSCO eBook Academic Comprehensive Collection North America 
650 0 |a Green chemistry. 
650 0 |a Biomass energy. 
650 0 |a Waste products as fuel. 
700 1 |a Kazmi, Abbas,  |e editor. 
700 1 |a Shuttleworth, Peter,  |e editor. 
730 0 |a WORLDSHARE SUB RECORDS 
830 0 |a RSC green chemistry series. 
856 4 0 |u https://ezproxy.mtsu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&AN=706441  |z CONNECT  |3 EBSCO  |t 0 
907 |a 4607066  |b 05-26-21  |c 06-30-20 
998 |a wi  |b 05-26-21  |c m  |d z   |e -  |f eng  |g enk  |h 4  |i 2 
994 |a 92  |b TXM 
999 f f |i 2bb1ba90-055f-4a52-bf04-8f5cd8163455  |s d3815fab-9bfa-4121-b668-3f0b2bbfb1cf  |t 0 
952 f f |t 1  |e TP155.2.E58  |h Library of Congress classification 
856 4 0 |3 EBSCO  |t 0  |u https://ezproxy.mtsu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&AN=706441  |z CONNECT