Technology of Animal Foods

Animal foods are a discipline that requires a complete understanding of the complexities of antemortem and post-mortem factors that impact the final product for the consumer. They are a source of high biological value protein, fat, vitamin A, vitamin B12, riboflavin, calcium, iron, and zinc. In addition, animal foods are in general more distinctive in flavor and texture and often more palatable than foods of vegetable origin. Animal source foods include many food items that come from an animal source such as meat, milk, eggs, cheese, and yogurt. The processing of animal foods requires proper slaughtering methods, hygiene maintenance, and appropriate processing techniques. Apart from the food products, many by-products are also made from animal sources like chitin, chitosan, lecithin, and products from animal wastes. 

  • Food Technology
  • Hygiene System
  • Processing Technology
  • Packaging Technology

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