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Self-supporting edible films are one of the emerging technologies used today to optimize food preservation. With an ever increasing demand of consumers for high quality food products in addition to environmental concerns ...
Edible films and coatings containing bioactives
Edible films and coatings are promising systems to be used as active ingredient carriers. As they can be consider both a packaging and a food component, they have to fulfill specific requirements: good sensory attributes, ...
An absorption model for the thickness effect in hydrophilic films
(Blackwell Publishing LtdOxfordInglaterra, 2005)
Surface evaluation of whey protein films by atomic force microscopy and water vapour permeability analysis
(John Wiley & Sons LtdChichesterInglaterra, 2004)
Moisture adsorption by milk whey protein films
(Blackwell Publishing LtdOxfordInglaterra, 2002)
Films and edible coatings based on native starches and gelatin in the conservation and sensory acceptance of Crimson grapes
(Soc Brasileira Ciencia Tecnologia AlimentosCampinasBrasil, 2007)
Edible films based on native and phosphated 80:20 waxy:normal corn starch
(Wiley Vch Verlag, 2015-01)
Edible films based on 80:20 waxy:normal corn starch were evaluated for their potential use in the food industry. Two types of film were prepared by the casting method: The first from native corn starch and the second from ...
Effects of plasticizers and their concentrations on thermal and functional properties of gelatin-based films
(Elsevier Sci LtdOxfordInglaterra, 2005)
Mechanical properties and water vapour permeability of hydrolysed collagen-cocoa butter edible films plasticised with sucrose
(Elsevier Sci LtdOxfordInglaterra, 2013)
Characterization of starch and composite edible films and coatings
Starch-based and composite edible films and coatings can enhance food quality, safety and stability. They can control mass transfer between components within a product, as well as between product and environment. They can ...