The Resource Sustainable food and beverage industries : assessments and methodologies, edited by Gabriela Ionescu, PhD

Sustainable food and beverage industries : assessments and methodologies, edited by Gabriela Ionescu, PhD

Label
Sustainable food and beverage industries : assessments and methodologies
Title
Sustainable food and beverage industries
Title remainder
assessments and methodologies
Statement of responsibility
edited by Gabriela Ionescu, PhD
Contributor
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Language
eng
Summary
"This new compendium volume looks the sustainable food and beverage industry from a variety of perspectives. The chapters included are broken into seven sections, which describe the following topics: an overview of food production and supply chains; the dairy industry; the meat industry; the coffee and tea industries; food and beverage waste products; food processing and packaging; concluding implications. The book begins with an examination of the key drivers of the evolution in the food supply chain and an in-depth description of food production and processing using the life cycle assessment (LCA) tool. It covers approaches to improve food production practices; sustainable food processing approaches; emerging analytical techniques for sustainable research and development; challenges associated with the use of agricultural resources to grow biofuels and bio-based products; technologies to reduce the generation of process-induced toxins; social factors that influence consumer perceptions about some of the current and emerging agri-food technologies; and the need and importance of biodiversity in maintaining sustainable human diets. The book goes on to look at sustainable food and beverage production in specific industries, including the dairy, meat, and coffee and tea industries. A report on using bones and other waste products as an renewable energy source is included. The book also provides a good summary of the integrated production and treatment biotech process, an engineering strategy for the sustainable production of renewable resources from waste organic materials. The contributors present case studies and research from around the world, offering a truly global and international perspective on this topic. The book is primarily intended for graduate and PhD students, but it will also be a valuable resource for industry professionals in the food and beverage industries."--
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Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
NLC
Dewey number
664.0028/6
Index
index present
LC call number
HD9000.5
LC item number
.S833 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
Sustainable food and beverage industries : assessments and methodologies, edited by Gabriela Ionescu, PhD
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Acknowledgment and how to cite -- List of contributors -- Introduction -- Overview of food production and supply chains -- Current trends in green technologies in food production and processing / Joyce I. Boye and Yves Arcand -- Design of sustainable supply chains for the agrifood sector : a holistic research framework / E. Iakovou, D. Vlachos, Ch. Achillas, and F. Anastasiadis -- Dairy industry -- An appraisal of carbon footprint of milk from commercial grass-based dairy farms in ireland according to a certified life cycle assessment methodology / Donal O'Brien, Padraig Brennan, James Humphreys, Eimear Ruane, and Laurence Shalloo -- Evaluation of industrial dairy waste (milk dust powder) for acetone-butanol-ethanol production by solventogenic clostridium species / Victor Ujor, Ashok Kumar Bharathidasan, Katrina Cornish -- And thaddeus chukwuemeka ezeji -- Life cycle assessment of cheese and whey production in the usa / Daesoo Kim, Greg Thoma, Darin Nutter, Franco Milani, Rick Ulrich, and Greg Norris -- Meat industry -- A comparison of the greenhouse gas emissions from the sheep industry with beef production in canada / James A. Dyer, Xavier P.C. Vergé, Raymond L. Desjardins, and Devon E. Worth -- Coffee and tea industries -- Tensions between firm size and sustainability goals : fair trade coffee in the united states / Philip H. Howard and Daniel Jaffee -- Conventional to ecological : tea plantation soil management in panchagarh district of bangladesh / Jakia Sultana, Md. Noor-E-Alam Siddique, Md. Kamaruzzaman, and Md. Abdul Halim -- Food and beverage waste products -- Energetic analysis of meat processing industry waste / Cosmin Marculescu, Gabriela Ionescu, Simona Ciuta, and Constantin Stan -- Laboratory scale anaerobic sequencing batch reactor for treatment of stillage from fruit distillation / Elena Cristina Rada, Marco Ragazzi, and Vincenzo Torretta -- Food processing and packaging -- Integrated production and treatment biotech-process for sustainable management of food processing -- Waste streams / Bo Jin -- Concluding implications -- Are the dietary guidelines for meat, fat, fruit and vegetable consumption appropriate for environmental sustainability? : a review of the literature / Christian John Reynolds, Jonathan David Buckley, Philip Weinstein, and John Boland -- Author notes -- Index
Control code
ocn936221017
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unknown
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1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781771884112
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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.b36805154
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (OCoLC)936221017
  • pebc1771884118

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