Emerging technologies in food engineering


Veronique Dermauw*

Food engineering is a logical, scholastic, and expert field that deciphers and applies standards of engineering, science, and mathematics to food manufacturing and operations, including the processing, production, handling, preservation, control, packaging and distribution of food products. Given its dependence on food science and more extensive engineering disciplines like electrical, mechanical, common, compound, modern and agrarian designing, food engineering is considered a multidisciplinary and restricted field. Because of complex nature of food materials, food engineering likewise consolidates the investigation of more explicit substance and actual ideas like biochemistry, microbiology, food chemistry, thermodynamics, transport phenomena, rheology, and heat transfer [1]. Food engineers apply this information to the cost-effective design, production, and commercialization of sustainable, safe, nutritious, sound, engaging, moderate and great fixings and food sources, just as to the advancement of food frameworks, machinery, and instrumentation.

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