Procesamiento de Alimentos, Alimentos Deshidratados, Congelados, Jugos y Bebidas

Trabajando en forma segura alrededor de sustancias peligrosas Para la industria de fabricación de frutas y verduras preservadas y de alimentos especiales

Este manual provee pautas importantes para trabajar en forma segura alrededor de sustancia peligrosas, incluyendo químicos, líquidos calientes y vapor. Se han combinado consejos sobre seguridad con reportes de accidentes reales para darle una mejor comprensión de los...
Mitch Ricketts
Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station

Influence of Pre-drying Treatments on Quality and Safety of Sun-dried Tomatoes. Part I: Use of Steam Blanching, Boiling Brine Blanching, and Dips in Salt or Sodium Metabisulfite

The effect of various pre-drying treatments on the subsequent quality of sun-dried tomatoes was evaluated by determining moisture, color, rehydration ratio, mold, yeast, sulfur dioxide, and/or salt content. The 4 pre-drying treatments under investigation were (1) steam blanching or (2) boiling...
Guadalupe Latapi
Diane M. Barrett
Journal of Food Science

Influence of Pre-drying treatments on Quality and Safety of Sun-dried Tomatoes. Part II. Effects of Storage on Nutritional and Sensory Quality of Sun-dried Tomatoes Pretreated with Sulfur, Sodium Metbisulfite, or Salt

Pre-drying treatments have been found to improve the quality of stored sun-dried tomatoes. Based on previous investigation (Part I), 5 specific pretreatments were chosen for effects on nutritional value, sensory quality, and safety before and after 3 mo of storage (25 °C and 30% to 34%...
Guadalupe Latapi
Diane M. Barrett
Journal of Food Science

Working Safely Around Hazardous Substances For the Fruit and Vegetable Preserving and Specialty Manufacturing Industry

This manual provides important guidelines for working safely around hazardous substances, including chemicals, hot liquids and steam. Safety tips, along with real accident reports, have been combined to give you a better understanding of the risks of working around hazardous substances and what...
Mitch Ricketts
Kristy Wieland
Kansas State University, Research and Extension

Home Canning: Selecting, Preparing, and Canning Fruit and Fruit Products

Adding syrup to canned fruit helps to retain its flavor, color, and shape. It does not prevent spoilage of these foods. The following guidelines for preparing and using syrups offer a new “very light” syrup, which approximates the natural sugar content of many fruits. The sugar...
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
USDA

Los peligros de la maquinaria para la industria de fabricación de frutas y verduras preservadas y de alimentos especiales

Este manual describe la operación segura de maquinaria usada en la industria de la fabricación de frutas y verduras preservadas y de alimentos especiales. Se han combinado consejos sobre seguridad con reportes de accidentes reales para darle una mejor comprensión de los...
Mitch Ricketts
Pamela Riemenschneider
Kansas State University Research and Extension

Establecimiento de condiciones de la mezcla de pulpa de banano (Musa paradisiaca L.) para someter a secado por aspersión

El secado por aspersión es uno de los métodos más empleados para deshidratar alimentos y prolongar su vida útil. En este trabajo se pretende determinar las cantidades óptimas de maltodextrina y goma acacia a utilizar para maximizar ºBrix y minimizar la...
Beatriz E. López M.
Luz M. Carvajal de P.
Leonidas de J. Millán C.
Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

Tecnologías emergentes aplicadas a la conservación de porotos (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

La conservación de alimentos por tecnología de barreras es una alternativa de procesamiento, en la cual se aplican las técnicas de conservación tradicionales pero de una manera menos intensa, mediante una combinación de obstáculos a fin de mantener las...
Esteban F. Sluka
Elena Fernández de Rank
Susana del Valle Monserrat
Marina Susana Condorí
Osvaldo Arce
Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, UNCuyo, Argentina

Principles of Home Canning

Canning can be a safe and economical way to preserve quality food at home. Disregarding the value of your labor, canning homegrown food may save you half the cost of buying commercially canned food. Canning favorite and special products to be enjoyed by family and friends is a fulfilling...
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
USDA

Canning-Induced Fruit Softening and Cell Wall Pectin Solubilization in the 'Patterson' Apricot

The canning of slightly immature 'Patterson' apricot fruits leads to an immediate softening of the halves to the extent that many are of unacceptable texture. This softening occurs in conjunction with a substantial solubilization of uronic acid, -arabinose-, and galactose-rich (presumably...
Adimilson B. Chitarra
John M. Labavitch
Adel A. Kader
Journal of Food Science