Flavors and aseptic processing: Heating it up

O'Donnell, Claudia D.
August 1995
Prepared Foods;Aug95, Vol. 164 Issue 9, p93
Trade Publication
Focuses on flavors and aseptically processed food products. Comparison of aseptic products to traditional retort processed foods; Flavor changes that result from chemical reactions; Strategies for adding flavors or seasonings.


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