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J Agric Food Chem ; 71(1): 1-4, 2023 01 11.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36628585
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Appetite ; 182: 106434, 2023 Mar 01.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36567018

RESUMO

Cultured meat, also known as "in-vitro meat," "clean meat," "synthetic meat," "lab-grown meat" and many other nomenclatures, represents one of the most recent controversial food technologies, even with its environmental benefits. Although the market success of cultured meat depends on consumers' acceptance, specific characteristics such as name and packaging color can influence consumers' perceptions and acceptance of the food product. This study assessed the impact of the name and packaging color of cultured meat on consumers' behavioral intentions toward its consumption in Italy. With the assumption that names and packaging colors affect consumers' acceptance differently, according to their characteristics and food neophobia, this study used a finite mixture model to analyze the stimulus impacts across different groups of consumers. The results showed that food neophobia plays a relevant role in individual response to name and packaging color of cultured meat. Less neophobic consumers are more likely to be positively affected in their intentions by green color packaging and nomenclatures that least emphasize the unnaturalness of the product, such as "clean meat," whereas neophobic consumers are more likely to be positively affected only by green color.


Assuntos
Tecnologia de Alimentos , Carne , Humanos , Cor , Tecnologia de Alimentos/métodos , Itália , Intenção , Comportamento do Consumidor
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Appetite ; 181: 106415, 2023 Feb 01.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36521649

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Evaluations consumers apply towards the way food technologies are framed is an important overlooked domain of food communication and advertising. We explore two distinct conditions of food technologies-technologies that manipulate external environments (i.e., robotics) and technologies that manipulate food internally (i.e., gene editing). The current research demonstrates that food manipulated in an external environment (vs. internal manipulation) has higher purchase intent (Study 1). Further, we explore how food technologies may be framed differently in messages to influence consumers' sense of agency. Study 2 demonstrates that food technologies that manipulate the food environment induce a higher sense of agency, whilst in contrast food technologies that manipulate food internally influence a lower sense of agency, impacting purchase intent. Study 3 explores a unique way in which sense of agency can be increased for food technologies with internal manipulations through framing the technology as agency-supportive. Investigating the impact of food technologies and how they may be framed to influence consumer psychology, and more specifically sense of agency, has rarely been explored. However, as food technologies have important upstream consequences on downstream advertising, their role on consumer psychology warrants investigation.


Assuntos
Publicidade , Comunicação , Humanos , Alimentos , Tecnologia de Alimentos
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J Proteomics ; 270: 104744, 2023 01 06.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36220542

RESUMO

Proteomics is a field that has grown rapidly since its emergence in the mid-1990s, reaching many disciplines such as food technology. The application of proteomic techniques in the study of complex biological samples such as foods, specifically meat products, allows scientists to decipher the underlying cellular mechanisms behind different quality traits. Lately, much emphasis has been placed on the discovery of biomarkers that facilitate the prediction of biochemical transformations of the product and provide key information on parameters associated with traceability and food safety. This review study focuses on the contribution of proteomics in the improvement of processed meat products. Different techniques and strategies have recently been successfully carried out in the study of the proteome of these products that can help the development of foods with a higher sensory quality, while ensuring consumer safety through early detection of microbiological contamination and fraud. SIGNIFICANCE: The food industry and the academic world work together with the aim of responding to market demands, always seeking excellence. In particular, the meat industry has to face a series of challenges such as, achieving sensory attributes in accordance with the standards required by the consumer and maintaining a high level of safety and transparency, avoiding deliver adulterated and/or contaminated products. This review work exposes how the aforementioned challenges are attempted to be solved through proteomic technology, discussing the latest and most outstanding research in this regard, which undoubtedly contribute to improving the quality, in all the extension of the word, of meat products, providing relevant knowledge in the field of proteomic research.


Assuntos
Produtos da Carne , Produtos da Carne/análise , Proteômica/métodos , Carne , Inocuidade dos Alimentos , Tecnologia de Alimentos
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Food Res Int ; 162(Pt B): 112068, 2022 Dec.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36461323

RESUMO

In recent years, the rapid increase in the global population, the challenges associated with climate change, and the emergence of new pandemics have all become major threats to food security worldwide. Consequently, innovative solutions are urgently needed to address the current challenges and enhance food sustainability. Green technologies have gained significant attention for many food applications, while the technologies of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) are reshaping different production and consumption sectors, such as food and agriculture. In this review, a general overview of green and Industry 4.0 technologies from a food perspective will be provided. Connections between green food technologies (e.g., green preservation, processing, extraction, and analysis) and Industry 4.0 enablers (e.g., artificial intelligence, big data, smart sensors, robotics, blockchain, and the Internet of Things) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be identified and explained. Green and Industry 4.0 technologies are both rapidly becoming a valuable part of meeting the SDGs. These technologies demonstrate high potential to foster ecological and digital transitions of food systems, delivering societal, economic, and environmental outcomes. A range of green technologies has already provided innovative solutions for major food system transformations, while the application of digital technologies and other Industry 4.0 technological innovations is still limited in the food sector. It is therefore expected that more green and digital solutions will be adopted in the coming years, harnessing their full potential to achieve a healthier, smarter, more sustainable and more resilient food future.


Assuntos
Inteligência Artificial , Desenvolvimento Sustentável , Alimentos , Agricultura , Tecnologia de Alimentos
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J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo) ; 68(Supplement): S143-S145, 2022.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36437000

RESUMO

Dietary habit is closely associated with healthspan. Functional food factors are key to maintaining a health metabolism in our bodies. Because functional food factors are main components to determine the quality of foods, many technologies have been established to analyze functional factors in foods. High-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry or gas chromatography-mass spectrometry is a solid approach to detect functional food factors with high sensitivity and specificity. Findings obtained from these mass spectrometric approaches play essential roles in estimating the quality of foods. However, these technologies are not available for the analysis of the spatial distribution of molecules of interest in foods. Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry imaging (MALDI-MSI) is considered an ideal approach to visualize distribution of molecules in foods. MALDI-MSI is a two-dimensional MALDI-MS technology that can detect compounds in a tissue section without purification, separation, or labeling. MALDI-MSI can be used to visualize the spatial distribution of wide range of food components including protein, peptides, amino acids, lipids, carbohydrate, and vitamins. Although the methodology of MALDI-MSI in food science is not yet fully established, the versatility of MALDI-MSI is expected to open a new frontier in food science. In this mini review, we briefly summarized the applications of MALDI-MSI in the field of food science.


Assuntos
Tecnologia de Alimentos , Alimento Funcional , Espectrometria de Massas por Ionização e Dessorção a Laser Assistida por Matriz/métodos , Proteínas , Lasers
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Molecules ; 27(19)2022 Sep 24.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36234850

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The article systematizes information about the sources of ß-glucan, its technological functions and practical aspects of its use in dairy and milk-based products. According to the analysis of scientific information, the main characteristics of ß-glucan classifications were considered: the source of origin, chemical structure, and methods of obtention. It has been established that the most popular in the food technology of dairy products are ß-glucans from oat and barley cereal, which exhibit pronounced technological functions in the composition of dairy products (gel formation, high moisture-binding capacity, increased yield of finished products, formation of texture, and original sensory indicators). The expediency of using ß-glucan from yeast and mushrooms as a source of biologically active substances that ensure the functional orientation of the finished product has been revealed. For the first time, information on the use of ß-glucan of various origins in the most common groups of dairy and milk-based products has been systematized. The analytical review has scientific and practical significance for scientists and specialists in the field of food production, in particular dairy products of increased nutritional value.


Assuntos
Leite , beta-Glucanas , Animais , Grão Comestível , Tecnologia de Alimentos , Valor Nutritivo , beta-Glucanas/química
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Compr Rev Food Sci Food Saf ; 21(6): 4847-4871, 2022 Nov.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36201382

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Due to the high aspect ratio, appealing mechanical characteristics, and various adjustable functional groups on the surface proteins, food-grade protein nanofibrils have attracted great research interest in the field of food science. Fibrillation, known as a process of peptide self-assembly, is recognized as a common attribute for food-grade proteins. Converting food-grade proteins into nanofibrils is a promising strategy to broaden their functionality and applications, such as improvement of the properties of gelling and emulsifying, especially for constructing various delivery systems for bioactive compounds. Protein source and processing conditions have a great impact on the size, structure, and morphology of nanofibrils, resulting in extreme differences in functionality. With this feature, it is possible to engineer nanofibrils into four different delivery systems, including gels, microcapsules, emulsions, and complexes. Construction of nanofibril-based gels via multiple cross-linking methods can endow gels with special network structures to efficiently capture bioactive compounds and extra mechanical behavior. The adsorption behavior of nanofibrils at the interface is highly complex due to the influence of several intrinsic factors, which makes it challenging to form stabilized nanofibril-based emulsion systems. Based on electrostatic interactions, microcapsules and complexes prepared using nanofibrils and polysaccharides have combined functional properties, resulting in adjustable release behavior and higher encapsulation efficiency. The bioactive compounds delivery system based on nanofibrils is a potential solution to enhance their absorption in the gastrointestinal tract, improve their bioavailability, and deliver them to target organs. Although food-grade protein nanofibrils show unknown toxicity to humans, further research can contribute to broadening the application of nanofibrils in delivery systems.


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Tecnologia de Alimentos , Humanos , Cápsulas , Emulsões/química , Géis/química
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Appetite ; 179: 106307, 2022 12 01.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36089124

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Cultured meat is a relatively new product, enjoying consumer appreciation as a more sustainable meat option. The present study builds on a sample from a diverse set of countries and continents, including China, the US, the UK, France, Spain, Netherlands, New Zealand, Brazil, and the Dominican Republic and uses partial least square structural equation modelling. The proposed conceptual model identified key factors driving and inhibiting consumer willingness to try, buy, and pay a price premium for cultured meat. Results relate to the overall sample of 3091 respondents and two sub-sample comparisons based on gender and meat consumption behaviour. Food neophobia, having food allergies, being a locavore, and having concerns about food technology were found to be inhibiting factors towards willingness to try, buy, and pay a price premium for cultured meat. Food curiosity, meat importance, and a consumer's perception of cultured meat as a realistic alternative to regular meat were found to be important drivers that positively impacted consumers' willingness to try, buy and pay more. Best practice recommendations address issues facing marketing managers in food retail and gastronomy.


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Comportamento do Consumidor , Carne , Tecnologia de Alimentos/métodos , Humanos , Marketing , Inquéritos e Questionários
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Compr Rev Food Sci Food Saf ; 21(6): 4640-4682, 2022 Nov.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36124402

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Proteins are important food ingredients that possess both functional and nutritional properties. High hydrostatic pressure (HHP) is an emerging nonthermal food processing technology that has been subject to great advancements in the last two decades. It is well established that pressure can induce changes in protein folding and oligomerization, and consequently, HHP has the potential to modify the desired protein properties. In this review article, the research progress over the last 15 years regarding the effect of HHP on protein structures, as well as the applications of HHP in modifying protein functionalities (i.e., solubility, water/oil holding capacity, emulsification, foaming and gelation) and nutritional properties (i.e., digestibility and bioactivity) are systematically discussed. Protein unfolding generally occurs during HHP treatment, which can result in increased conformational flexibility and the exposure of interior residues. Through the optimization of HHP and environmental conditions, a balance in protein hydrophobicity and hydrophilicity may be obtained, and therefore, the desired protein functionality can be improved. Moreover, after HHP treatment, there might be greater accessibility of the interior residues to digestive enzymes or the altered conformation of specific active sites, which may lead to modified nutritional properties. However, the practical applications of HHP in developing functional protein ingredients are underutilized and require more research concerning the impact of other food components or additives during HHP treatment. Furthermore, possible negative impacts on nutritional properties of proteins and other compounds must be also considered.


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Manipulação de Alimentos , Tecnologia de Alimentos , Pressão Hidrostática , Proteínas
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Arch. latinoam. nutr ; 72(3): 218-230, sept. 2022. tab
Artigo em Espanhol | LILACS, LIVECS | ID: biblio-1399301

RESUMO

Introduction: This article addresses the legal regulations for Foods for Specified Health Uses (FOSHU) in the main trade associations of Latin America (LATAM), based on the Codex Alimentarius system. Objective: The objective is to determine regulatory progress in the trade of FOSHU products. Material and methods: This study includes a review of the literature emanating from the databases from 2018 to 2022, according to the framework of three general food marketing regulations: food safety claims; inspection regulations, and food manufacturing and labeling. Results: The results reveal the absence of a specific legislation for FOSHU foods, as these are only mentioned in the area of nutrition. Conclusions: The legal framework in the trade of these products is based on jus cogens. Registration of industrial patents in the main member countries of LATAM trade associations can be facilitated through the Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH)(AU)


Introducción: El artículo aborda las regulaciones jurídicas en Alimentos para Uso Específico de Salud "FOSHU" en las principales asociaciones comerciales de América Latina (LATAM), basados en el sistema Codex Alimentarius. Objetivo: Determinar el avance regulatorio en la comercialización de productos FOSHU. Materiales y métodos: Se revisa la literatura emanada de las bases de datos desde el año 2018 al 2022, según el marco de tres regulaciones generales de comercialización de alimentos: las declaraciones de seguridad alimentaria; las regulaciones de inspecciones, las de manufacturas de alimentos y etiquetado. Resultados: Los resultados revelaron la ausencia de una legislación específica para alimentos FOSHU, siendo solo mencionados en el área de la nutrición. Conclusiones: El revestimiento jurídico en la comercialización de estos productos; se cimienta en el ius cogens. Las inscripciones de patentes industriales en los principales países miembros de las asociaciones comerciales en LATAM pueden facilitarse por la vía del Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH)(AU)


Assuntos
Equipamentos e Provisões , Comercialização de Produtos , Inocuidade dos Alimentos , Abastecimento de Alimentos , Comércio , Ciências da Nutrição , Alimentos , Tecnologia de Alimentos
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Nutrients ; 14(14)2022 Jul 15.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35889869

RESUMO

The amino acid L-arginine is crucial for nitric oxide (NO) synthesis, an important molecule regulating vascular tone. Considering that vascular dysfunction precedes cardiovascular disease, supplementation with precursors of NO synthesis (e.g., L-arginine) is warranted. However, supplementation of L-citrulline is recommended instead of L-arginine since most L-arginine is catabolized during its course to the endothelium. Given that L-citrulline, found mainly in watermelon, can be converted to L-arginine, watermelon supplementation seems to be effective in increasing plasma L-arginine and improving vascular function. Nonetheless, there are divergent findings when investigating the effect of watermelon supplementation on vascular function, which may be explained by the L-citrulline dose in watermelon products. In some instances, offering a sufficient amount of L-citrulline can be impaired by the greater volume (>700 mL) of watermelon needed to reach a proper dose of L-citrulline. Thus, food technology can be applied to reduce the watermelon volume and make supplementation more convenient. Therefore, this narrative review aims to discuss the current evidence showing the effects of watermelon ingestion on vascular health parameters, exploring the critical relevance of food technology for acceptable L-citrulline content in these products. Watermelon-derived L-citrulline appears as a supplementation that can improve vascular function, including arterial stiffness and blood pressure. Applying food technologies to concentrate bioactive compounds in a reduced volume is warranted so that its ingestion can be more convenient, improving the adherence of those who want to ingest watermelon products daily.


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Citrullus , Arginina/farmacologia , Citrulina/farmacologia , Citrullus/química , Ingestão de Alimentos , Tecnologia de Alimentos , Tecnologia
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PLoS One ; 17(7): e0270969, 2022.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35881653

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BACKGROUND: Sensory perception is a temporal phenomenon highly present in food evaluation. Over the last decades, several sensory analysis methods have been developed to determine how our processing of the stimuli changes during tasting. These methods differ in several parameters: how attributes are characterized (intensity, dominance or applicability), the number of attributes evaluated, the moment of sample characterization (simultaneously with the tasting in continuous or discrete time, retrospectively), the required panel (trained subjects or consumers), etc. At the moment, there is no systematic review encompassing the full scope of this topic. This article presents the protocol for conducting a scoping review on multi-attribute temporal descriptive methods in sensory analysis in food science. METHODS: The protocol was developed according to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) extension for Scoping Reviews checklist. The research question was "how have multi-attribute temporal descriptive methods been implemented, used and compared in sensory analysis?". The eligibility criteria were defined using the PICOS (Population, Intervention, Comparator, Outcome, Study design) framework. This protocol details how the articles of the final review will be retrieved, selected and analyzed. The search will be based on the querying of two academic research databases (Scopus and Web of Science). The main topics reported in research involving sensory analyses methods will be identified and summarized in a data extraction form. This form (detailed in the protocol) will be used to report pertinent information regarding the objectives of the review. It could also be reused as a guideline for carrying out and reporting results of future research in a more standardized way. A quality appraisal process was derived from literature. It will be applied on the included articles of the review, and could also be re-used to ensure that future publications meet higher quality levels. Finally, for the sake of transparency, the limitations of the protocol are discussed.


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Lista de Checagem , Projetos de Pesquisa , Atenção à Saúde , Tecnologia de Alimentos , Humanos , Estudos Retrospectivos , Literatura de Revisão como Assunto , Revisões Sistemáticas como Assunto
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Food Res Int ; 158: 111565, 2022 08.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35840254

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Characterization of variation of experimental results is achieved by repeating experiments. Frequently, results are averaged before data are analysed but that may not be the best practice because valuable information is then lost. Three other ways to analyze repetitions are: (1) each experiment is analyzed on its own (no pooling of data), (2) all experiments are analyzed together in one go (complete pooling), (3) data are analyzed together while allowing for similarities as well as differences in the result (partial pooling). Multilevel modeling uses partial pooling by partitioning variance over more than one level. Level 1 consists of the measurements themselves; higher levels consist of groups or clusters of measurements (repetitions, experiments at various temperatures, at various pH values, etc.) and parameters are analyzed both at the population and at the group/cluster level. The approach is applied to a case study in which heat-induced isothermal degradation of ascorbic acid was studied with 15 repetitions in an aqueous solution, making it a two-level study. The data were analyzed using averaging and complete pooling, complete pooling without averaging, no-pooling at all, and partial pooling. The kinetic model was established by letting the data decide about the order of the reaction, while this was compared to a model where the order was fixed at 1 (first-order model). Results show that both averaging with complete pooling, as well as complete pooling without averaging, strongly underestimate variation. The no-pooling technique overestimates variation, while partial pooling partitions variation over the levels and thus gives a better impression of the variation involved. The kinetics of ascorbic acid appear to be subject to strong variation when each experiment is considered separately because it is a compound that is very sensitive to all kinds of experimental conditions. With multilevel modeling it appeared to be possible to characterize the uncertainties involved much better than with single level modeling. A Bayesian analysis was performed, in which parameters are allowed to be variable, which is useful because multilevel modeling leads to characterization of variation of parameters. The Bayesian method allows to visualize the posterior distribution of parameters, thereby giving more insight in their behaviour. Also, a Bayesian analysis focuses more strongly on predictive accuracy of models, including multilevel models. The predictive accuracy of 4 models describing the same ascorbic acid data was compared and the multilevel model with reaction order estimated from the data performed by far the best in this regard. The pros and cons of multilevel modeling are discussed and it is concluded that multilevel modeling is to be preferred whenever the data allow to perform such an analysis.


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Tecnologia de Alimentos , Temperatura Alta , Ácido Ascórbico/química , Teorema de Bayes , Cinética
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Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care ; 25(4): 271-276, 2022 07 01.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35762164

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PURPOSE OF REVIEW: The purpose of the review is to describe carbohydrate based 3D food printing technology in light of how it is affected by the use of various ingredients of ink and the properties associated with carbohydrate inks used for printing. Special focus is diverted to evaluate its effect on texture and corresponding health implications associated with carbohydrate based printed foods. RECENT FINDINGS: The focus of 3D food printed products has revolved around texture modulation and carbohydrates are the best possible additives to achieve this modification. Carbohydrate based inks are used to design healthy texturized printed foods to provide various health benefits to consumer in addition to satisfy their aesthetic requirements. Other ingredients such as prebiotics and probiotics are major adjuncts that add value to these carbohydrates based 3D food printed foods and may have synergistic effects. SUMMARY: Although much of the current attention is on texture modulation, health aspects of the foods naturally drive the future course of research associated with the carbohydrate based 3D food printed foods.


Assuntos
Tinta , Impressão Tridimensional , Carboidratos , Alimentos , Tecnologia de Alimentos , Humanos
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Food Res Int ; 156: 111346, 2022 06.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35650975

RESUMO

In the last decade, food structuring has received considerable attention due to the concern of replacing trans and saturated fats with healthier alternatives without compromising neither technological nor sensorial aspects of food products. Moreover, sustainability topics, consumers' preference for natural ingredients and the molecular architecture displaying a myriad of techno-functionalities embolden the use of proteins. Therefore, a promising approach is to explore this biopolymer as a texture promoter in lipid-based systems, conveying an extra edge in nutritional, sustainable and technological values. A more in-depth comprehension should be cemented to fully harness the potential of proteins in developing soft matter intended for use as fat mimetic. High Internal Phase Emulsion (HIPE), High Internal Phase Pickering Emulsion (HIPPEs), emulgels, oleogels or even bigels can be used in such strategies. Essentially, the formation of such systems relies on the amphiphilic character of proteins. In this sense, the question that arises is how to optimize their solubility in oils to form oil-structured systems? Thus, for oleogel formation the challenge is to overcome the limited dispersibility of proteins in a hydrophobic environment. Therefore, face the growing interest and untapped potential in applying proteins in lipid media, a more wide-ranging picture of their colloidal form (e.g. native, microgels and protein-polysaccharide complexes or conjugates) affecting the structure-function relationship of proteins must be investigated. This review covers different strategies using proteins as building blocks to manufacture different structured systems. Finally, an outlook over the use of protein-based soft matter on an industrial basis is discussed, considering the challenges and perspectives.


Assuntos
Tecnologia de Alimentos , Alimentos , Emulsões , Ácidos Graxos , Interações Hidrofóbicas e Hidrofílicas
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Food Res Int ; 157: 111220, 2022 07.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35761542

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This study aimed to use the internal design of 3D food printing (3DFP) technology to obtain freeze-dried pumpkin with controllable crispness and higher shape fidelity. Two internal structural variables, namely filling pattern (honeycomb, rectilinear, grid, and triangular) and filling rate (25, 50, 75, and 100%), were studied to assess the impact on the shape fidelity and crispness characteristic of the product. As the filling rate decreased, the printing accuracy of the samples increased. Regardless of the filling patterns, the 75% filled samples exhibited the greatest deformation. The crispness of the samples was closely related to the filling pattern and filling rate. In the case of the high filling rate, the internal structure of the samples was dense. It was less likely to be broken under the action of force and the crispness was reduced. In addition, the internal structure of the sample influenced its physical properties, and the crispness customization of the product can be achieved by designing the porosity. Morphological differences between printed and cast samples suggested that 3DFP was beneficial for the processing and preparation of highly viscoelastic materials. The crispness of cast sample was obviously less than that of the 100% filled printed samples. The results opened an interesting perspective to create crisp foods with high shape fidelity that meet specific texture requirements and provide new sensory perceptions.


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Cucurbita , Lanches , Tecnologia de Alimentos/métodos , Liofilização , Impressão Tridimensional
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J Nutr ; 152(8): 1812-1818, 2022 08 09.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35751567

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Although the food and beverage industry plays a critical role in advancing food and nutrition science, industry-funded research is subject to intense scrutiny as a result of various perceived and real biases related to funding sources. To address this, the Institute for the Advancement of Food and Nutrition Sciences (IAFNS) Assembly on Scientific Integrity has updated its Guiding Principles for Funding Food Science and Nutrition Research to provide a modernized framework for minimizing bias and promoting integrity in industry-funded research. Existing best practices for managing conflicts and maintaining trust in science, as well as coverage related to conflicts in industry-funded research, were reviewed to inform the development of the updated Guiding Principles. The updated Guiding Principles continue to provide conflict-of-interest guidelines to protect the integrity and credibility of the scientific record. These updates provide clarification, strengthen the guardrails that separate the funding from the science, and reflect the shift within the scientific community toward increased transparency and open science. If the principles are followed as intended, there should be little reason to dispute the results of industry-funded studies, other than to debate the science itself. This article issues a challenge to the research community to strive for just that.


Assuntos
Conflito de Interesses , Pesquisa , Tecnologia de Alimentos , Indústrias
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