Friday, 31 October 2014

Equipping a new potato storage facility

When opening a new storage facility one has to think about long-term usage. In this case, the developer has to consider as many as possible changes that may happen in the future. Flexibility is

Kettle Cooked Wasabi Ginger, the winner of the Lay’s “Do Us a Flavor” competition in the USA

Lay's Kettle Cooked Wasabi Ginger flavored potato chips is the winner of this year's Lay's "Do Us A Flavor (https://www.dousaflavor.com/)" contest, the announcement been made by Lay’s.

Seasoning systems: Variety is the key

In the mind of the consumer, the flavor of chips is never forgotten and serves as one of the marks of the product. People might say “pizza chips” or “onion chips” before even mentioning

Report: The Philippines doubled its potato imports from the USA

The Unites States sees Philippines imports of its fresh potatoes increasing by 47.6% this year at around 15,000 metric tons.

Sweet potato dehydration plant opens in North Carolina

Natural Blend Vegetable Dehydration, LLC held its opening on September 30th, manufacturing facility in Pitt County, North Carolina. 

Kettle Cooked Wasabi Ginger, the winner of the Lay’s “Do Us a Flavor” competition in the USA

Kettle Cooked Wasabi Ginger, the winner of the Lay’s “D...

Lay's Kettle Cooked Wasabi Ginger flavored potato chips is the winner of this year's Lay's "Do Us A F...

How breeders and processors can work together?

How breeders and processors can work together?

Dr Sharon Hall will talk about the needs of the potato industry and how breeders and growers can work wi...

LEAF’s annual President Event to focus on defining resilience and diversity in agriculture

LEAF’s annual President Event to focus on defining resi...

Linking Environment And Farming (LEAF)’s annual President Event will take place on Tuesday November, 11, a...

New production and distribution facility in Bratislava, Slovakia

New production and distribution facility in Bratislava,...

TOMRA Sorting Solutions, the sorting and processing technology company, andPrologis, Inc., the global l...

Florimond Desprez Group acquires Germicopa, a potato seed company

Florimond Desprez Group acquires Germicopa, a potato se...

Florimond Desprez Group acquired Germicopa, one of the most important French potato seed companies and ...

Cargill reinforces its commitment to food security

Cargill reinforces its commitment to food security

Cargill is calling for coordinated action by governments, the private sector and civil society to ensur...

UPDATE Urschel launches its equipment at Emballage Exhibition Paris and International FoodTec India

UPDATE Urschel launches its equipment at Emballage Exhi...

The new Sprint 2 Dicer by Urschel (http://www.urschel.com/) can be seen at Emballage in Paris beginning N...

Launches at Cibus Tec Parma for Urschel: a wide variety of machines ready for attendees

Launches at Cibus Tec Parma for Urschel: a wide variety...

Cibus Tec is combined with Food Pack to serve all areas of food processing and packaging in one locatio...

AVR launches Puma 3, its new four-row harvester

AVR launches Puma 3, its new four-row harvester

Potato machine constructor AVR is introducing its new Puma 3, a machine with tight lines, which grant i...

Potato Week 2014 to take place on October 6-12

Potato Week 2014 to ...

The dates for Potato Week 2014 are October 6-12 and the camp...

Kent Crisps Announces New Branding

Kent Crisps Announce...

AMC Foods announces the re-launch of their popular Kent Cr...

New DiversaCut 2110A Dicer on Display at SIAL in Paris

New DiversaCut 2110A...

Several Urschel cutting machines will be on display at Sal...

McDonald’s Japan Is Releasing Purple Sweet Potato McShake This Autumn

McDonald’s Japan Is ...

McDonald's Japan is rolling out a special purple sweet potat...

Lay's "Do Us A Flavor" Contest Finalists Announced

Lay's Do Us A Flavo...

Lay's potato chips, one of the brands from PepsiCo (http:/...

BioSafe Systems Introduces Complete Potato Storage Protection Programme

BioSafe Systems Intr...

Following research and development, BioSafe Systems offers...

Future Proofing Cheshire Potatoes

Future Proofing Ches...

Cheshire potato growers gathered at Aston Grange Farm near...

Sophisticated Potato Inspection

Sophisticated Potato...

Improvements in sorting machinery are aimed at many grower...

McCain Foods to Help Monitor Potato Crops with Drones

McCain Foods to Help...

Global potato processor McCain Foods is using drone techno...

Open Farm Sunday 2014 Review

Open Farm Sunday 201...

Farmers and their helpers celebrated this weekend the posi...

A new study from China has found that curcumin, the natural pigment that gives the spice turmeric its yellow colour, may reduce the potential detrimental effects of acrylamide.


The compound curcumin may exert an antioxidant effect and prevent the cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of acrylamide, according to findings of a cell study with human cells published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Acrylamide is a potential carcinogen that is created when starchy foods are baked, roasted, fried or toasted. It first hit the headlines in 2002, when scientists at the Swedish Food Administration first reported unexpectedly high levels of acrylamide, found to cause cancer in laboratory rats, in carbohydrate-rich foods. Despite being a carcinogen in the laboratory, many epidemiological studies have reported that everyday exposure to acrylamide in food is too low to be of concern.
The new study built on previous findings that acrylamide led to increases in the formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and damage to DNA in the HepG2 cell line.
A concentration of 2.5 micrograms per millilitre was effective at reducing the acrylamide-induced ROS production, as well as the preventing the fragmentation of DNA, and effects of cytotoxicity, report Cao and co-workers.
Commenting on the mechanism, the researchers noted that it was probably due to the antioxidant effects of curcumin.
Previous research from China has reported that extracts of green tea and bamboo leaf may also reduce acrylamide formation in foods.
Researchers from Zhejiang University's Department of Food Science and Nutrition reported that extracts from bamboo leaves and green tea could reduce the formation of acrylamide by 74.4 per cent and 74.3 per cent, respectively, when used at a level of 0.1 micrograms.
Manufacturers have adapted their food processing to reduce acrylamide formation with techniques such as bakers reducing sugar or heat. However, this was said to impact on taste.
Both DSM and Novozymes have therefore developed enzymes designed to help manufacturers reduce acrylamide in their products without impacting on sensory properties.

 

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