Food Chemistry

Food chemistry is all about coming up with new flavors of foods, and seeing what foods and chemicals work well together. In order to do this you need a wide knowledge of molecular properties, in order to ensure the success of the newly formed foods, which need to meet standard government requirements like Nutritional Requirements. Carl Wilhelm Scheele isolated malic acid from apples in 1785. This and many other things contributed to the food Technology world that exists today. A flavour chemist is an example of a career in this industry. Microencapsulation is also an efficient way of ensuring good practice in livestock farming by supplementing feed with vitamins or antibiotic alternatives. Bio encapsulation, or entrapment, is one of the process in Food Technology by which the active ingredient is densely packed into minute particles of liquid or solid material (encapsulant) or coated by a shielding material.

The food produced by Nanotechnology is called Nano food where nanoparticles, nanotechnology techniques or tools are used during cultivation, production, processing, or packaging of the food in Food Technology

 

  • Microencapsulation and bioencapsulation of food
  • Micro and nano structure of food
  • Flavour Chemistry

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