Global High Pressure Processing Market: Trends and Opportunities ,Segmentation 2016-2024.pdf

Global High Pressure Processing Market: Trends and Opportunities ,Segmentation 2016-2024.pdf

  • Submitted By: amyjames
  • Date Submitted: 10/05/2016 2:44 AM
  • Category: Business
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High pressure processing (HPP) is a technology used for sterilizing an extensive range of food products and thus preparing them
for preservation. HPP, also called pascalization, is a freezing pasteurization technique in which the products are introduced into a
container subjected to close to the maximum level of isostatic pressure exerted by water. The high pressure eliminates the
bacteria, yeast, molds, parasites, and viruses present in the food, extending the life of the product and guaranteeing its safety.
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High pressure processing is a natural and environmentally viable process that helps in maintaining the nutrients and flavor of
the food being processed. It thus provides the benefits of thermal methods while eliminating their drawbacks, which has driven
the demand for HPP. Seafood and meat producers are the key consumers of high pressure processing technology.
The report offers a comprehensive evaluation of the market by providing in-depth qualitative and quantitative insights, historical
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