Maximising the Value of Marine By-Products || Front matter

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Maximising the value of marine by-productsRelated titles:Safety and quality issues in fish processing(ISBN-13: 978-1-85573-552-1; ISBN-10: 1-85573-552-0)`an interesting mix of thought-provoking philosophy, excellent up-to-date well-referenced topic reviews, useful practical, technical advice, as well as very recentresearch results, plus ideas about future trends.'Food Science and TechnologyEnvironmentally-friendly food processing(ISBN-13: 978-1-85573-677-1; ISBN-10: 1-85573-677-2)With increasing regulation and consumer pressure, the food industry needs to ensurethat its production methods are sustainable and sensitive to environmental needs. Thisimportant collection reviews ways of analysing the impact of food processingoperations on the environment, particularly life cycle assessment (LCA), andtechniques for minimising that impact. The first part of the book looks at theapplication of LCA to the key product areas in food processing. Part II then discussesbest practice in such areas such as controlling emissions, waste treatment, energyefficiency and biobased food packaging.Details of these books and a complete list of Woodhead titles can be obtained by: visiting our web site at www.woodheadpublishing.com contacting Customer Services (email: sales@woodhead-publishing.com; fax: +44(0) 1223 893694; tel.: +44 (0) 1223 891358 ext. 30; address: Woodhead PublishingLimited, Abington Hall, Abington, Cambridge CB21 6AH, England)http://www.woodheadpublishing.comMaximising the value ofmarine by-productsEdited byFereidoon Shahidi

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