Food packaging hygiene / Caterina Barone... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Barone, Caterina [Author] | Bolzoni, Luciana [Author] | Caruso, Giorgia [Author] | Montanari, Angela [Author] | Parisi, Salvatore, 1970- [Author] | Steinka, Izabela [Author]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: SpringerBriefs in molecular science. Chemistry of foodsPublication details: Cham, [Switzerland] : Springer, 2015Description: vii, 132 p. : col. ill., charts, photos. ; 24 cmISBN: 9783319148267; 9783319148274 (e-Book)Subject(s): Food -- Packaging | Food -- Safety measures | Food contamination | Plastics in packaging | Metals -- Toxicology | Perrotis College -- Master of science degreeDDC classification: 664.09
Partial contents:
1. The influence of the chemical composition of food packaging materials on the technological suitability: a matter of food safety and hygiene. - - 2. Inorganic contaminants of food as a function of packaging features. - - 3. Plasticizers used in PVC for foods: assessment of specific migration. - - 4. Organic food packaging contaminants: new and emerging risks. - - 5. Chemical and microbiological aspects of the interaction between food and food packages. - - 6. Basic principles of corrosion of food metal packaging.
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Παράρτημα της Κεντρικής Βιβλιοθήκης στο Κολέγιο Περρωτής.

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Perrotis College - Master degree 664.09 Foo (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available Graduate (Applied Food Legislation & Packaging - level 7) -- Recommended 13020883

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1. The influence of the chemical composition of food packaging materials on the technological suitability: a matter of food safety and hygiene. - - 2. Inorganic contaminants of food as a function of packaging features. - - 3. Plasticizers used in PVC for foods: assessment of specific migration. - - 4. Organic food packaging contaminants: new and emerging risks. - - 5. Chemical and microbiological aspects of the interaction between food and food packages. - - 6. Basic principles of corrosion of food metal packaging.

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