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Title: Hydroxymethylfurfural (Hmf) Formation in Milk and Dairy Products
Authors: Özdal, Harun R.
Yıldız, Bihter
Arkun, Güner
Keywords: Milk
Heat Treatment
Maillard Reaction
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: International Journal of Food Engineering Research (IJFER)
Abstract: Milk and dairy products are encountered non-enzymatic browning reactions due to the heat process and storage temperatures. These reactions occur in foodstuffs containing sugar and amino acids. As a result of the reaction, undesirable compounds are formed in foods, so that the natural structure of the food is deteriorated. It is of great importance to control and observe the 5-Hydroxymethyl-2-furaldehyde (HMF) compound in milk and dairy products during the production process and storage period as a result of the browning reaction due to the heat treatment. Formation of (HMF), which is heat treatment indicator used as a chemical parameter to determine whether most food products with sugar concentration, such as fruit juices, honey, molasses, jams, milk and dairy products, are stored under right conditions and whether the appropriate heat treatment is carried out during the production process. In this study, heat treatment was applied to milk and dairy products during production and hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) formation as a result of non-enzymatic chemical reactions have been investigated and evaluated.
ISSN: 2149-5777
Appears in Collections:International Journal of Food Engineering Research (IJFER)

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