Food spoilage has been an interest since the dawn of humanity and it continues today. It is generally a combination of odor, appearance, texture, and color that indicate a food is “spoiled” and is no longer safe to eat. With modern storage and distribution networks, many professional try to measure indicators of shelf life and determine biochemically what is happening as foods spoil.
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Calories in foods can be calculated using the grams of protein & carbohydrates in a serving and the grams of Fat.READ MORE
Download a copy of Dr. Jane Caldwell’s presentation from our 2018 Voices in Food Production Symposium. Dr. Caldwell is our Assistant Technical Manager here at Midwest Laboratories, and she spoke in depth on Refrigerated Shelf Life. Check out her presentation for information on the types of pathogens that are evident and proficient in Refrigeration.READ MORE
Amino Acids play a vital role in metabolism, immune function and maintaining a healthy nervous system.READ MORE