Food preservation and Food storage

     Food preservation is to prevent the growth of microorganisms (such as yeasts), or alternative micro-organisms (although some ways work by introducing benign microorganism or fungi to the food), likewise as retardation the reaction of fats that cause rancidity. Food preservation can also embody processes that inhibit visual deterioration, like the catalyst browning reaction in apples when they're cut throughout food preparation. Food storage is the technique incorporated to increase the shelf life of the product and also to preserve the seasonal foods.

    

  • Modern industrial techniques
  • Oil, fat and dry storage
  • Commercial food logistics
  • Storage facilities

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