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Handbook of organic food processing and production

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Blackie Academic & Professional , London
Natural foods -- European Economic Community countries., Natural foods -- United States., Food industry and trade -- European Economic Community countries., Food industry and trade -- United States., Natural foods -- Law and legislation -- European Economic Community count
Statementedited by Simon Wright.
ContributionsWright, Simon, 1957-
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 204 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17682464M
ISBN 100751400459
LC Control Number94072272

The Handbook of Organic Food Processing and Production published inthe book established itself as the definitive guide to international organic food processing. The rapid development of the organic sector since then has necessitated a completely rewritten and expanded second : Simon Wright.

The book shows how a company can process organic foods, emphasising economic and legal considerations. The authors have been selected for their extensive 'hands-on' experience of organic food processing.

By demystifying the processing of organic foods this book will encourage those from outside the current organic food industry to become. The book shows how a company can process organic foods, emphasising economic and legal considerations. The authors have been selected for their extensive 'hands-on' experience of organic food processing.

By demystifying the processing of organic foods this book will encourage those from outside the current organic food industry to become Author: Simon Wright.

Get this from a library. Handbook of Organic Food Processing and Production. [Simon Wright] -- The increasing interest in organic foods has created a need for this book, the first practical manual to cover the processing of organic food and drink.

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The book. Publisher Summary. The production and consumption of organic food has increased rapidly over the last 20 years. The increase in demand and consumption of organic foods has mainly been due to an increasing number of consumers associating significant environmental, biodiversity, ethical and food quality and safety benefits with organic foods and/or food production systems.

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This process, referred to as rulemaking, involves input from the National Organic Standards Board (a Federal Advisory Committee made up of fifteen members of the public) and the public.

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Organic food products and the organic food market differ from country to country in the EU. In some countries organic food processing has just started and it is important that regulations not be too complicated.

On the other hand, in some countries organic food is very common and the market is mature.3. CHICKEN SLAUGHTERING AND PROCESSING 19 Chickens and chicken parts 19 Description of poultry processing 19 Poultry by-products 21 Conversion factors for live animals 23 Broiler wholesale prices 24 4.

THE BROILER INDUSTRY 25 Global poultry market 25 Consumption patterns 26 Global poultry meat production 28File Size: KB.Food soiling After production using processing equipment, the plant is more or less soiled with the food products that have been inside the plant.

As an example, after a tank filled with cream or yoghurt has been emptied it may look like the two first photos on the left.