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Title: A Review on Edible Film and Coating Applications for Fresh and Dried Fruits and Vegetables
Authors: Tufan, Ece Giray
Borazan Akpınar, Alev
Koçkar, Ömer Mete
Keywords: Edible Film
Edible Coating
Vegetable Yenilebilir Film
Yenilebilir Kaplama
Issue Date: 2021
Abstract: Techniques in food packaging are varying depending on the global trends, changes in technology, sense of responsibility for nature, and consumer expectations. One of the new techniques using in the packaging industry in recent years is edible films and coatings. Edible films and coatings are biomaterials that are applied as a thin layer on food and can be consumed with food. Films and coatings obtained from different sources are applied to foods with different application techniques. Films and coatings can be applied to fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as dried foods. However, the investigation on the application operations of films and coating on food particularly fresh fruits and vegetables are taking a very important role. In this review, according to research in the last 20 years, not only the effects of the films and coatings on food (fresh and dried fruits and vegetables) properties but also applied procedures are summarized and discussed.
ISSN: 2458-7575
Appears in Collections:Kimya Mühendisliği Bölümü Koleksiyonu
TR-Dizin İndeksli Yayınlar Koleksiyonu

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