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CRC Handbook of Food Additives Second Edition

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Food Additive User s Handbook

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The aim of this book is to present technical information about the additives used in food product development, in a concise form. Food product development is an activity which requires application of technical skills and the use of a diverse range of information. Normally this information is scattered throughout the vast food science literature in journals and books and in technical publications from the various suppliers. It has been my experience, through consulting with the food industry, that there is a need for information on food additives in a quick-to-use form-in tables and figures where possible. Time wasted during information retrieval causes delay in practical development work, which results in delay of product launch and possibly the loss of market advantage. This handbook will be used by food product development staff and by all food scientists requiring access to information on food additives in a quick-to-use format. Some knowledge of food science is assumed. Each chapter contains a bibliography which can be consulted if further informa tion is required. Local legislation will have to be consulted to determine the legality of use of the additive, in which foods and at what level of addition. Information on safety can be found in Food Additives Handbook (1989) by R. J. Lewis, published by Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.

CRC Handbook of Food Additives Second Edition

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Food Additives Handbook

Author : Richard J. Lewis
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"Each additive is covered in a separate, alphabetically listed entry." Entries give CAS number, properties, synonyms, use in foods, and safety profile.

Food Additive User s Handbook

Author : James S Smith
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Food Additive User s Handbook

Author : J. Smith
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The aim of this book is to present technical information about the additives used in food product deveiopment, in a concise form. Food product development is an activity which requires application of technical skills and the use of a diverse range of information. Normally this information is scattered throughout the vast food science literature in journals and books and in technical publications from the various suppliers. It has been my experience, through consulting with the food industry, that there is a need for information on food additives in a quick-to-use form-in tables and figures where possible. Time wasted during information retrieval causes delay in practical development work, which results in delay of product launch and possibly the loss of market advantage. This handbook will be used by food product development staff and by all food scientists requiring access to information on food additives in a quick-to-use format. Some knowledge of food science is assumed. Each chapter contains a bibliography which can be consulted if further informa tion is required. Local legislation will have to be consulted to determine the legality of use of the additive, in which foods and at what level of addition. Information on safety can be found in Food Additives Handbook (1989) by' R.l. Lewis, published by Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.

Handbook of Food Toxicology

Author : S.S. Deshpande
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From health and economic consequences to exposure assessment and detoxification, this reference comprehensively covers the formation, characteristics, and control of various toxins that occur in the production, storage, handling, and preparation of food. The author discusses toxin sources, mechanisms, routes of exposure and absorption, and their chemical and biochemical components to prevent contamination of food products and reduce epidemics of foodborne disease. The book contains more than 3000 references to facilitate further research, as well as recent guidelines from the FDA and World Health Organization regarding food hygiene and safety.

Food Additives Data Book

Author : Jim Smith
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The use of additives in food is a dynamic one, as consumers demand fewer additives in foods and as governments review the list of additives approved and their permitted levels. Scientists also refine the knowledge of the risk assessment process as well as improve analytical methods and the use of alternative additives, processes or ingredients. Since the first edition of the Food Additives Databook was published, there have been numerous changes due to these developments and some additives are no longer permitted, some have new permitted levels of use and new additives have been assessed and approved. The revised second edition of this major reference work covers all the "must-have" technical data on food additives. Compiled by food industry experts with a proven track record of producing high quality reference work, this volume is the definitive resource for technologists in small, medium and large companies, and for workers in research, government and academic institutions. Coverage is of Preservatives, Enzymes, Gases, Nutritive additives, Emulsifiers, Flour additives, Acidulants, Sequestrants, Antioxidants, Flavour enhancers, Colour, Sweeteners, Polysaccharides, Solvents. Entries include information on: Function and Applications, Safety issues, International legal issues, Alternatives, Synonyms, Molecular Formula and mass, Alternative forms, Appearance, Boiling, melting, and flash points, density, purity, water content, solubility, Synergists, Antagonists, and more with full and easy-to-follow-up references. Reviews of the first edition: "Additives have their advantages for the food industry in order to provide safe and convenient food products. It is therefore essential that as much information as possible is available to allow an informed decision on the selection of an additive for a particular purpose. This data book provides such information - consisting of over 1000 pages and covering around 350 additives. This data book does provide a vast amount of information; it is what it claims to be! Overall, this is a very useful publication and a good reference book for anyone working in the food and dairy industry." —International Journal of Dairy Technology, Volume 59 Issue 2, May 2006 "This book is the best I have ever seen ... a clear winner over all other food additive books .... a superb edition." —SAAFOST (South African Association for Food Science and Technology)

Handbook of Food Additives

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An A Z Guide to Food Additives

Author : Deanna M. Minich
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A reference for decoding what those mysterious ingredients are—and how they may affect you: “The definitive guide for the health-conscious shopper.” —Robert H. Lerman, MD, PhD Here’s a tongue twister: Say cochineal extract, diacetyl, tertiary butylhydroquinone, BHA, HFCS, and MSG. It's not just knowing how to pronounce what’s in your food that’s important, it's knowing what it does and how it can affect you. The average American consumes about 150 pounds of food additives per year. With so many processed foods on the supermarket shelves, it can be hard to navigate the waters to an additive-free diet. A-Z Guide to Food Additives helps you change the way you eat and shop—providing heart-healthy tips while helping you avoid undesirable food additives. Also, you’ll get the rundown on which additives do no harm and may even be nutritious. This “additive translator” lets you head down to your grocery store with a grocery list in one hand and your newfound knowledge in the other. A-Z Guide to Food Additives delivers: Essential nutrition advice Hints on what to look for when reading those unreadable ingredient labels Tips on buying fresh produce in order to avoid pesticides Information on ingredients that can contribute to headaches, bloating, breathing difficulties, and other problems Safety ratings for 300 ingredients Reference charts for additives that may cause cancer or allergic reactions, or should be limited for sodium-sensitive people