Food Preservation and Quality Standards

Food preservation involves the application of techniques to extend the shelf life of food products while maintaining their quality and safety. Methods include refrigeration, freezing, canning, drying, and fermentation, which inhibit microbial growth and enzymatic activity. Quality standards in food ensure that products meet specified criteria for attributes such as taste, texture, appearance, and nutritional content. These standards are established by regulatory agencies and industry organizations to uphold consumer expectations and promote consistency and safety in the food supply chain.

 

  • Food Supply Chain
  • Fermentation
  • Food Products

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