professional should be sought. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Food stabilisers, thickeners, and gelling agents / edited by Alan Imeson. Stabilisers, thickeners and gelling agents are extracted from avariety of natural raw materials and incorporated into foods togive the structure. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Food Stabilisers, Thickeners and Gelling Agents | IntroductionRaw materialsProductionCompositionFunctional.
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Food Stabilisers, Thickeners and Gelling Agents
You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. Would you like to change to the site? This book is a highly practical guide to the use of polymers in food technology to stabilise, thicken and gel foods, resulting in ad, high quality products.
The information is designed to be easy to read and assimilate. New students will find chapters presented in a standard format, enabling key points to be ans quickly.
Those with more experience will be able to compare and contrast different materials and gain a greater understanding of the interactions that take place during food production. This concise, modern review of hydrocolloid developments will be a valuable teaching resource and reference text for all academic and practical workers tgickeners in hydrocolloids in particular, and food development and production in general.
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Description Stabilisers, thickeners and gelling agents are extracted from a variety of natural raw materials and incorporated into foods to give the structure, flow, stability and eating qualities desired by consumers. These additives include traditional materials such as starch, a thickener obtained from many land plants; gelatine, an animal by-product thuckeners characteristic melt-in-the-mouth gels; and cellulose, the most abundant structuring polymer in land plants.
Thickeenrs gums and other materials derived from sea plants extend the range of polymers. Recently-approved additives include the microbial polysaccharides of xanthan, gellan and pullulan. Table of contents Features Preface.
Blakemore and Alan R. Mary Jean Cash and Sandra J. European Union and the USA.
Emulsifiers, Stabilisers, Thickeners, Gelling Agents – Shellac, Waxes, Gums, Resins, Menthol & Zein
Raymond Valli and Ross Clark. Krawczyk and Greg Buliga. Emphasis is on practical applications The link is made between the structure of the additive to the properties conferred to the food Biopolymer interactions are covered in each chapter Authors are drawn from an wide international range of industrial experts.