Isaacs, A.R. and Rodgers, S. (1991) Aseptic Processing of Foods Containing Particulates. In: Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology "Food Future", June 30th - July 4th 1991, Wrest Point Convention Centre, Hobart.
Aseptic processing involves sterilising the product and package separately, and filling under sterile conditions. Advantages include better product quality compared with canned products, lower transport and storage costs compared with frozen products, and virtually no restriction on package size. Problems include ensuring adequate heat penetration into the particles to ensure sterility, preventing separation of particles from the carrier liquid, and retention of particle structure and shape. Particulate foods can be sterilised in scraped - surface heat exchangers. Other methods involve heating the particles separately, and combining them during filling. Projects will commence at the International Food Institute of Queensland (IFIQ) on aseptic packaging of a meat and vegetable product, and aseptically packaged mango pieces.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Additional Information:||Reproduced with permission of author. A paper presented by A.R. Isaacs, DPI&F, Hamilton, Qld. at the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology Convention, Wrest Point Convention Centre, Hobart. June 30th - July 4th 1991.|
|Keywords:||Aseptic processing; sterilising; sterile conditions; heat penetration; thermal process; heat retention.|
|Subjects:||Science > Science (General)|
|Deposited On:||22 Jan 2008|
|Last Modified:||07 Jun 2011 04:28|
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