مقاله Applications of Essential Oils in Food Preservation دارای 13 صفحه می باشد و دارای تنظیمات در microsoft word می باشد و آماده پرینت یا چاپ است
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سال انتشار : 2013
تعداد صفحات :13
Many food products are perishable by nature and require protection from spoilage during their preparation, storage and distribution to give them desired shelf-life. Because food products are now often sold in areas of the world far distant from their production sites, the need for extended safe shelf-life for these products has also expanded. Currently, there is a strong debate about the safety aspects of chemical preservatives since they are considered responsible for many carcinogenic and teratogenic attributes as well as residual toxicity. For these reasons, consumers tend to be suspicious of chemical additives and thus the demand for natural and socially more acceptable preservatives has been intensified. One such possibility is the use of essential oils (EOs) as antibacterial additives. In the production of food it is crucial that proper measures are taken to ensure the safety and stability of the product during its whole shelf-life. In particular, modern consumer trends and food legislation have made the successful attainment of this objective much more of a challenge to the food industry. EOs comprise a large number of components and it is likely that their mode of action involves several targets in the bacterial cell. It is most likely that their antibacterial activity is not attributable to one specific mechanism but that there are several targets in the cell. The potency of naturally occurring antimicrobial agents or extracts from plants, ranges of microbial susceptibility and factors influencing antimicrobial action and their antioxidative properties, aimed at food preservation, are reviewed in this article. Methods employed for estimation of inhibitory activity, mode of action and synergistic and antagonistic effects are evaluated. Hence, it is recommended that more safety studies be carried out before EOs are more widely used or at greater concentrations in foods that at present. There is therefore scope for new methods of making food safe which have a natural or ‘green’ image.
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