Training in Food Processing

Showing how to provide effective training in food processing, this book explains the importance of needs assessment, course preparation, monitoring and follow-up, and the values of practical work and opportunites for trainees to discuss ...

Author: Mike Battcock

Publisher: Intermediate Technology

ISBN: 1853394254

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 135

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Training in food processing can open up opportunities for individuals who lack business experience, by providing training in costing and marketing a new product. This book offers a blueprint for such comprehensive training. It first explains the importance of needs assessment, course preparation, monitoring and follow up, and the value of practical work and opportunities for trainees to discuss their ideas and discoveries. There are then ten case studies describing successful courses in three continents, and showing how the theory is put into practice and adapted to particular circumstances. With examples of forms and lesson plans, photographs of appropriate training environments, and details of institutions that support food-processing training, there is a wealth of information for trainers and organizers of courses throughout the world.
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Environmentally Friendly Food Processing

Little research has been done with particular reference to environmental training,
and even less with reference to such training in the food industry. However, the
chapter seeks to relate the general state-of-the-art in workplace learning to the ...

Author: B Mattsson

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 1855736772

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 337

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Consumer pressure and increased regulation has made environmental awareness increasingly important in the food industry. Exploring how to achieve environmentally-friendly food production, this book reviews the assessment of various food products and the ways in which the industry can improve their operations and become more environmentally responsible. The editors and their panel of experts evaluate the environmental impact of food processing operations areas in such as fruit, vegetable, meat, and fish processing. They cover good practice in food processes including packaging, recycling, and waste treatment and highlight methods of improving energy consumption.
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Biotechnological Innovations in Food Processing

As part of the European Community Education and Technology Training initiative (COMETT) and in conjunction with a number of other leading UK and European universities, they have developed BIOTOL, a training scheme in biotechnology using ...

Author: BIOTOL

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 9781483294452

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 312

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A thorough examination of the ways in which recent biotechnological developments have led to improvements in food processing. Deals with biotechnology based processes currently in use by or available to the food industry. Building on a series of case studies selected to illustrate the diversity of applications it clearly shows that biotechnology can and will benefit the food industry. The need for a cost-effective training scheme for new and existing staff at all levels has been met by the University of Greenwich (formerly Thames Polytechnic) and the Open University of the Netherlands. As part of the European Community Education and Technology Training initiative (COMETT) and in conjunction with a number of other leading UK and European universities, they have developed BIOTOL, a training scheme in biotechnology using open learning materials, which will provide tailor-made courses, flexible in content, pace and place.
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Education and Training in Food Science

A key idea is that European R & D efforts should be accompanied by related
training measures . This is ... as regards : definition and satisfaction of nutritional
needs , toxicology and food hygiene , new technologies for agro - food
processing .

Author: Ian Douglas Morton

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 0138022739

Category: Education institutions - Curriculum - Food science

Page: 231

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Containing a selection of papers presented at an international conference, this volume reviews the need for increased training in the food industry in order to bridge the gap between standards in Eastern and Western Europe and the USA. Higher education is discussed, including the training of food technicians. European initiatives such as ERASMUS and Network are also described. The text includes coverage of the importance of international trade and consumer protection acts, including a description of the needs of various groups and future developments.
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Plant Sanitation for Food Processing and Food Service Second Edition

10.3.2 Food saFety ProBleMs and recoMMended Preventive Measures The 10
food safety problems are as follows: 1. Deficient employee training 2.
Contamination of raw materials 3. Poor plant and equipment sanitation 4. Poor
plant design ...

Author: Y. H. Hui

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781466577701

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1386

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Comprehensive and accessible, this book presents fundamental principles and applications that are essential for food production and food service safety. It provides basic, practical information on the daily operations in a food processing plant and reviews some of the industry's most recent developments. Formerly titled Food Plant Sanitation, this second edition discusses nine additional food processing industries and contains 14 new chapters. Among others, new topics include sanitation in food transportation and sanitation of fresh produce in retail establishments.
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Food Processing Handbook

Visitors to processing and product handling areas should be adequately
supervised and required to follow the same ... Training Food hygiene training is
essential to make personnel aware of their roles and responsibilities for food
control.

Author: James G. Brennan

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9783527607204

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 607

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Focusing on the technology involved, this handbook describes the principles as well as the equipment used and the changes - physical, chemical, microbiological and organoleptic - that occur during food preservation. In doing so the text covers in detail such techniques as post-harvest handling, thermal processing, evaporation and dehydration, freezing, irradiation, high pressure processing, emerging technologies, baking, extrusion, frying and packaging. In addition current concerns about the safety of processed foods and control of food processes are addressed, as are the impact of processing on the environment and separation and conversion operations widely used in the food industry. Scientists and engineers involved in food manufacture, research and development in both industry and academia will benefit greatly from the contents as will students studying food related topics at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
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Conventional and Advanced Food Processing Technologies

Considering that our database contains a total of 288 raw portion images, a data
ratio dictates how many of these images are used for training (repeated exposure
to the neural network) and how many are used for testing (shown once after ...

Author: Suvendu Bhattacharya

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118406304

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 744

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Food processing technologies are an essential link in the food chain. These technologies are many and varied, changing in popularity with changing consumption patterns and product popularity. Newer process technologies are also being evolved to provide the added advantages. Conventional and Advanced Food Processing Technologies fuses the practical (application, machinery), theoretical (model, equation) and cutting-edge (recent trends), making it ideal for industrial, academic and reference use. It consists of two sections, one covering conventional or well-established existing processes and the other covering emerging or novel process technologies that are expected to be employed in the near future for the processing of foods in the commercial sector. All are examined in great detail, considering their current and future applications with added examples and the very latest data. Conventional and Advanced Food Processing Technologies is a comprehensive treatment of the current state of knowledge on food processing technology. In its extensive coverage, and the selection of reputed research scientists who have contributed to each topic, this book will be a definitive text in this field for students, food professionals and researchers.
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Proceedings of the 1971 National Conference on Food Protection

The two - year academic type of technician training program , on the other hand ,
provides a broad , reasonably high - level ... Modesto Junior College in California
is initiating special evening technical courses of training for the food industry in ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112000624780

Category: Food

Page: 242

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Enzymes and Food Processing

The training of personnel in the Food Processing Industry is generally of a high
standard but in the writer's experience there is a lack of straightforward
procedural manuals written for process operators who, although often
experienced and ...

Author: G. G. Birch

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401167406

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 296

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R. S. SHALLENBERGER Cornell University, New York State Agricultural Research Station, New York, USA Among the material to be discussed in this first section of the 'Enzymes and Food Processing Symposium' is subject matter that can be viewed as a marriage between enzyme technology and sugar stereochemistry. In order to bring the significance of the material to be presented into proper perspective, I would like you to pretend, for a moment, that you are a researcher making a proposal on this subject to a Research Granting Agency in order to obtain financial support for your ideas. However, the year is 1880. Under the 'objectives' section of your proposal, you state that you intend to attach the intangible vital force or spirit-that is, the catalyst unique to the chemistry of living organisms-to an inert substrate such as sand. Thereafter you will pass a solution of right handed glucose (also known as starch sugar) past the 'vital force' and in the process convert it to left-handed glucose (also known as fruit sugar). The peer review committee would probably reject the proposal as sheer nonsense because the statements made were not only contrary to their experience, but also contrary to what they had been taught. Perhaps a few select people would have some feeling for what you were talking about, but commiseration would be the only form of support that they could offer.
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Experiments in Unit Operations and Processing of Foods

However, the degree of importance and depth of information taught in courses on
unit operations and food processing of undergraduate degree programs in Food
Engineering, Food Technology and Food Science in Europe varies ...

Author: Maria Margarida Cortez Vieira

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387686428

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 190

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In chemical engineering and related fields, a unit operation is a basic step in a process. For example in milk processing, homogenization, pasteurization, chilling, and packaging are each unit operations which are connected to create the overall process. A process may have many unit operations to obtain the desired product. The book will cover many different unit operations as they apply to food processing.
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Asian Food Processing Industries

LEVELS OF FOOD PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY The Central Food
Technological Research Institute ( CFTRI ) in Mysore ... Facilities for training in
food processing technology at doctorate level and in - plant training facilities are
available to ...

Author: Asian Productivity Organization

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435007006927

Category: Food industry and trade

Page: 478

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Crisis Management in the Food and Drinks Industry A Practical Approach

They are also being recommended in codes of practice and guidelines for a
number of food industry sectors. ... guidelines for Training Considerations for the
Application of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point System to Food
Processing ...

Author: Colin Doeg

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387289216

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 264

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Few titles could be timelier than the second edition of Crisis Management in the Food and Drinks Industry – A Practical Approach. The world is worrying about a human pandemic arising from the avian flu epidemic that is spreading from the Far East, the implications of which could be as great for the food industry as were the outbreaks of foot and mouth disease and BSE. This practical and greatly expanded edition by media and public relations veteran Colin Doeg focuses on the communications aspects of dealing with a crisis. It is global in its coverage of the subject, reviewing practices and requirements in countries ranging from the USA and the UK to Australia and New Zealand. Doeg offers advice ranging from preparing for the unthinkable to the dramatic expansion of the Internet, avoiding being caught off-guard by a situation, the ramifications of product tampering and managing an actual crisis. Advice is also offered on dealing with extremist organizations and terrorist threats as well as bioterrorism – "a clear and present danger" – and a number of problems facing the food industry, including the practice of selling meat unfit for human consumption and the threat posed by the increasing toxicity of fish due to the rising pollution of the world’s oceans. In a special late chapter – written only three months before publication – the author looks ahead to events which he believes will shape the world of crisis management in the future, including the empowering influence of the Internet during the 2004 Asian Tsunami, the discovery of the illegal dye Sudan 1 (Red) in millions of food products and the fears of a pandemic arising from the spreading outbreak of avian flu. Examples of typical documents like a crisis plan for a business, a crisis checklist, a press release announcing a product recall, an announcement to employees and a checklist for anyone dealing with a threatening phone call are provided. Also included is a list of sources of information and assistance in the event of a product crisis. Crisis Management in the Food and Drinks Industry is the only title dealing specifically with this crucial subject in relation to the food industry. As such, it is relevant not only to those in the food industry, but also to marketing and senior management in general in the fields of agriculture, public health and law enforcement.
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An All hazards Training Center for a Catastrophic Emergency

Fire and rescue personnel can practice fire-fighting and rescue operations from
the confines of shipboard compartments and holds. Food Chain Training Facility.
There are approximately 1,912,000 farms and 87,000 food-processing plants ...

Author: Xavier Stewart

Publisher: Strategic Studies Institute

ISBN: 9781584874171

Category: Emergency management

Page: 30

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Since the attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001, there have been dramatic changes in homeland security theory, policy, and practice. Widely available chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, high yield explosive, and cyberspace security materials, technologies, and equipment often have dual uses. Preventing rogue states and terrorist organizations from acquiring these materials is a necessary but formidable challenge. Additionally, the cyber domain has grown tremendously and may be used to target key infrastructure and resources. In addition to these threats, dramatic weather changes have caused unusual and devastating shifts in weather patterns, which in turn have triggered catastrophic events. The establishment of All-Hazard Training Centers in the 10 Federal Emergency Management Agency regions to train civil support team weapons of mass destruction emergency responders for chemical, biological radiological, nuclear, explosive, and cyberspace events or natural catastrophes are becoming a necessity in light of these threats.This paper proposes establishment of All-Hazard Training Centers (AHTC) in the 10 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) regions to train CST and WMD emergency responder for CBRNE-C events or natural catastrophes.
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Food Processing Industry

The analysis of tachograph records can The training courses were in fact so
Foster's computer also provides the provide the vehicle operator with successful
that Unger Meats decided to facility for progressing further into more valuable of ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015029641613

Category: Food industry and trade

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Practical Sanitation in the Food Industry

Hence , the industry must produce , store and transport its products in such a way
that they remain attractive and safe to the consumer . Personnel employed in the
food industry therefore need to have a sound education and training in food ...

Author: Ian S. Maddox

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 2881249922

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 182

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This book is based on the need for a sound education and training in food hygiene and sanitation for personnel employed in the food industry. It lays emphasis on the practical aspects of developing, implementing, evaluating and managing a sanitation program that seem to be lacking.
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Sanitation in Food Processing

Comprised of 19 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of sanitation in food processing, good sanitation practices, and the ways to establish a successful food sanitation program.

Author: John Troller

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780323141666

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 472

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Sanitation in Food Processing is a guide to food process sanitation, which illustrates the principles with timely examples. It discusses the importance of training in food-plant sanitation programs, as well as regulatory programs relating to all aspects of food plant sanitation, including Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP), the construction and design of food plants, and prevention of food-borne diseases. Comprised of 19 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of sanitation in food processing, good sanitation practices, and the ways to establish a successful food sanitation program. It then discusses factors to consider in the design and construction of food plants; sanitary design and operation of food processing and service equipment; microbial growth in foods; the importance of personal hygiene; and significant insects in the food industry. The reader is also introduced to ways of controlling insects, rodents, and birds in the food environment, while other chapters address sanitation in food packaging, storage, and transport. The book concludes with a summary of food laws and regulations. This book is a valuable resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students, food sanitarians, and others in the food-processing industry who want to learn more about the ways and means of ensuring the quality and safety of the food we eat.
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