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Maillard reaction a source of potentially carcinogen acrylamide compound in thermally processed foods

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Maillard reaction is non- enzymatic browning between carbonyl group of carbohydrates and amine group of proteins in heated or processed food products under high temperature. Acrylamide first declared to be a food-borne carcinogen by Swedish National Food Administration in 2002 as it reported in many carbohydrates- based food products like potato chips, bread, coffee beans. […]…Read More

The processed un-ripened cheese can account for value addition in goat milk

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article image DAIRY PRODUCTS are very nutritious, healthy and useful for mankind. Cheese is one of the most common dairy products produced throughout the world. It is a traditional food with prehistoric origins. Cheese, like dairy products is made from pressed milk curds. Different varieties of cheese are made from un-ripened (fresh) cheese or ripened (aged) cheese. Cheese is a delicious and nutritious food has a very versatile use. We can use it into other dishes or eat it by itself. Cheese is very…Read More