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- Food Additives
- Technical effects
- Legal definition and approval for use
- Food Analogs
- Bakery Products
- Processing equipment and methods
- Cereal Products
- Flaked cereals
- Puffed cereals
- Shredded biscuits
- Hot-served cereals
- Milling cereal grains
- Hard candies
- Gums and jellies
- Products based on crystallized sugar
- Aerated products
- Chewing gum
- Soft Drinks
- Dry soup mixes
- Instant soups
- Frozen soups
- Microwavable soups
- Compressed cubes
- Alcohol fermentation
- Dairy fermentations
- Vegetable fermentations
- Fish and Seafood Products
- Industrial products
- Fresh and frozen fish
- Breaded fish products
- Canned fish
- Cured fish
- Innovations in processing
- Fruit Products
- Handling fresh fruits
- Controlled-atmospheric storage
- Apple sauce
- Jams, jellies, and preserves
- Vegetable Products
- Meat Products
- Frozen meats
- Cured meats
- Smoked or cooked meats
- Canned meats
- Dried meats
- Sectioned and formed meats
- Restructured meats
- Enzyme-tenderized meats
- Meat fats
- Poultry Products
- Egg Products
- Egg drying
- Frozen products
- Refrigerated products
- Dry products
- Nonnutritive Sweeteners
- Quality Control
- Food Packaging
- Levels of packaging
- Active packaging
- Package selection
- Nutrition Labeling
- Links to Primary Literature
- Additional Readings
A total sequence of food operations, including the growth and selection of raw materials, harvesting, processing, preservation, and distribution. In general, the aim of all food manufacturing operations is to extend the availability of seasonal crops to year-round use.
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