Technology of Animal Foods(TAF)

Some of the meals we eat come from animals, which include red meat, veal, lamb, red meat, fish and bird. Other meals come from vegetation, including rice, wheat, fruit, beans and veggies. We also consume meals that animals make. For instance, chickens produce eggs and cows provide milk. Plants produce meals too, such as fit for human consumption end result. Plant and animal ingredients are used to make different ingredients, such as bread and cheese.

Many processed ingredients use a mixture of meals from animal and plant resources. Biscuits are made from flour (food from a plant) at the same time as also containing butter and milk (meals sourced from an animal).

Rendering is a process that converts waste animal tissue into stable, price-added materials. Rendering can consult with any processing of animal merchandise into more useful substances, or, more narrowly, to the rendering of complete animal fatty tissue into purified fat like lard or tallow. Rendering can be performed on an industrial, farm, or kitchen scale. Today, pasteurization is used widely within the dairy enterprise and other food processing industries to gain food upkeep and food protection. Pasteurization is not supposed to kill all microorganisms in the food. Instead, it pursuits to reduce the number of viable pathogens so they may be not likely to cause disease (assuming the pasteurized product is stored as indicated and is consumed earlier than its expiration date).

  • Rendering of animal products
  • Poultry industry
  • Pasteurization of milk
  • Canned Seafood Products

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