Most Downloaded Articles

Open access

ISSN: 2590-2598
CN: 41-1447/TS
p-ISSN: 2096-4501

Role of essential oils in food safety: Antimicrobial and antioxidant applications

Essential oils (EOs) are more complex and comprise a number of volatile and natural bioactive compounds, which often used in food industries as the best alternatives. This review focuses on the impact...

Share article

Comprehensive utilization of corn starch processing by-products: A review

Corn is a high starchy cereal crop with the highest production and provides over 85% of the starch produced worldwide. Various by-products, differentiated by technological process features such as steep...

Share article

Research progress on properties of pre-gelatinized starch and its application in wheat flour products

Starch is the most abundant organic compound in nature, second only to cellulose. However, the conserved structure of native starches limits their properties and applications. Therefore, it is often...

Share article

Preparation of Potato Whole Flour and Its Effects on Quality of Flour Products: A Review

When harvested the potato has a high moisture content, this could make its transportation and storage difficult. To help solve the transportation difficulties, potato is made into whole flour by many...

Share article

The potential of legume-derived proteins in the food industry

Legume-derived proteins present an opportunity to replace existing animal-source protein in various applications. Those proteins are abundant, relatively lowcost, sustainable, not highly allergenic,...

Share article

Improvement of whole wheat dough and bread properties by emulsifiers

Whole wheat bread is widely available worldwide, but it is always associated with less desirable dough processibility, small loaf volume, firm and gritty texture, and other distinctive attributes compared...

Share article

Strategies for controlling biofilm formation in food industry

Foodborne pathogen poses a threat to the food industries as many outbreaks have been found to be associated with biofilm formation. The formation of biofilm is a self-protection growth pattern of bacteria,...

Share article

Phytosterols in edible oil: Distribution, analysis and variation during processing

Phytosterols, which are naturally occurring in plants, have excellent nutritional and health values on lowering both the blood cholesterol level and the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Edible oils...

Share article

Effects of acetic acid bacteria in starter culture on the properties of sourdough and steamed bread

Sourdough starters for making traditional steamed bread are rich in microbes. Studies have shown that, in addition to yeast and lactic acid bacteria (LAB), acetic acid bacteria (AAB) are other functional...

Share article

Advances in xylooligosaccharides from grain byproducts: Extraction and prebiotic effects

Xylooligosaccharides (XOS) are mainly derived from lignocellulosic materials, such as rice husk, corn cobs, straw, wheat bran, wheat straw and other grain by-products. XOS have become one of the functional...

Share article

Influences of four processing methods on main nutritional components of foxtail millet: A review

Foxtail millet, originated from China and now cultivated worldwide, is a kind of high dietary fiber whole grain food, and has a high level of vitamins and proteins. Furthermore, foxtail millet has many...

Share article

Quality deterioration and improvement of wheat gluten protein in frozen dough

Frozen dough technology can effectively recover sensory quality of frozen flour products. This technique has gradually drawn the research interest in the industrialization of staple food. However, the...

Share article

The efficacy of sorghum flour addition on dough rheological properties and bread quality: A short review

The baking quality of sorghum-wheat bread is equally reliant on the quantity and the quality of protein existent in the composite flours. A lot of procedures have been proposed for expanding the use...

Share article

Detection and inactivation of allergens in soybeans: A brief review of recent research advances

In the last decade, soybean allergies have been on the increases to such an extent that they have now become a public health issue thus prompting more studies and researches on the topic. The allergenicity...

Share article

Effects of vitamin C on the structural and functional characteristics of wheat gluten

Vitamin C (VC) can greatly enhance the quality properties of dough and steamed bread in the food field. However, there are few studies on the interaction between VC and gluten, and the mechanism of...

Share article

Effect of black and white sesame on lowering blood lipids of rats with hyperlipidemia induced by high-fat diet

Sesamum indicum has various biological effects, and this study aimed to investigate its hypolipidemic effect. A hyperlipidemia rat model was established by feeding rats with high-fat diets in this study,...

Share article

A systematic review of highland barley: Ingredients, health functions and applications

Due to its high nutritional and dietotherapy values, highland barley has attracted the attention and favor of people all over the world in recent years. It has been demonstrated that the nutritional...

Share article

The impact of high hydrostatic pressure treatment time on the structure, gelatinization and thermal properties and in vitro digestibility of oat starch

As a non-thermal processing technology, high hydrostatic pressure (HHP) can be used for starch modification without affecting the quality and flavour constituents. The effect of HHP on starch is closely...

Share article

Review on microbial degradation of zearalenone and aflatoxins

The widespread contamination by mycotoxins, especially zearalenone and aflatoxins, in crops and their by-products has caused severe undesirable effects on human health and commercial trade. Researchers...

Share article

Studies of the quality parameters of blended oils and sensory evaluation of gram flour products

Blended oils have many uses when compared with single oils, due to presence of high Omega9 levels. They help in brain development and reduce the risk of heart diseases. This investigation of blended...

Share article

Optical techniques in non-destructive detection of wheat quality: A review

Wheat quality detection is essential to ensure the safety of wheat circulation and storage. The traditional wheat quality detection methods mainly include artificial sensory evaluation and physicochemical...

Share article

Isolation and characterization of biosurfactant producing bacteria from groundnut oil cake dumping site for the control of foodborne pathogens

Infection and intoxication are two common types of foodborne illnesses throughout the world. The aim of the present work was to isolate and characterize biosurfactant producing bacteria from groundnut...

Share article

Difference among the quality indices, chemical composition and frying performance of galangal flavored sunflower oil prepared by three methods

Flavored vegetable oils have attracted more and more attentions from consumers and researchers due to their high oxidative stability and sensory quality. In the present study, the quality indices, chemical...

Share article

Recent advances in quality deterioration and improvement of starch in frozen dough

Starch with different particle sizes has different compositions and different physical and chemical properties. The amylopectin content and protein content and lipid content of small granule B starch...

Share article

Hydrophilic phytosterol derivatives: A short review on structural modifications, cholesterol-lowering activity and safety

Phytosterols have received extensive attention owing to their excellent cholesterol-lowering activity and the role in cardiovascular diseases prevention. However, poor solubility in both oil and water...

Share article

Stay Informed

Register your interest and receive email alerts tailored to your needs. Sign up below.