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Food Technology
Photo-Modification of starch-oleic acid by TiO2: investigation of food packaging properties

Rahmatollah Pourata; Hamid Jahangir-Esfahani; Iman Shahabi-Ghahfarrokhi

Volume 18, Issue 1 , March and April 2022, , Pages 113-127


  Introduction: Among the bio-based materials which used in the food packaging, starch is interested as an ecofriendly material. This interest is mainly due to its acceptable film forming properties, easy access, renewability and low cost. Nevertheless, high hydrophilic and weak mechanical properties have ...  Read More

Investigation of physical and mechanical properties of edible film based on starch and oleic acid: application of coating on Greengage

Masoud Taghizadeh; Asma Eghbal

Volume 15, Issue 4 , September and October 2019, , Pages 517-527


  Introduction: One of the methods for increasing shelf life of food is the use of edible coatings, since films and coatings have an important role in the enhance of shelf life and food product’s marketing. Various edible films are nowadays used for food packaging. Using of these biodegradable compounds ...  Read More

Evaluation of the effect of Aspergillus flavus inoculation on fatty acids, proxide value and aflatoxin production in four common varieties of peanut cultivated in Golestan province

Maryam Ebrahimi; Morteza Khomeiri; Yahya Maghsoudlou

Volume 12, Issue 4 , September and October 2016, , Pages 394-402


  Introduction:Toxigenic fungi such as A. flavus grow widely in peanut and produce aflatoxins, a group of carcinogenic metabolites. Aflatoxin produced in peanut differed from the genetic variety of plant. The high humidity and moderate temperatures in the subtropical Caspian littoral of northern Iran could ...  Read More