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Conventional and Emergent Technologies for Honey Processing

Honey is a natural food of worldwide economic importance. Over the last decades, its potential for food, medical, cosmetical, and biotechnological applications has been widely explored. one among the most important issues of safety regarding such applications is its susceptibility to being contaminated with microorganism and fungi spores, as well as pathogenic ones, which can …

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Review on Fluidized Bed Mixing Technology and Application

Twin paddle agitators counter-rotating within 2 u-shaped troughs produce a fluidizing zone during which airborne materials intersperse quickly with negligible degradation. Dry feed in raw or pelletized kind is often pre-blended capacity mixer. The wet blending method adds oils and/or molasses to rolled oats, barley, pellets and “bull ration” calf feed for nutrition and palatability …

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Characteristics and Uses of Polyethylene Wax (PE Wax)

Polyethylene wax is a low molecular weight polythene chemical compound that’s used for improving and enhancing the method parameters and properties of the finished products in various applications in the plastic industry. Its low molecular weight and features wax-like characteristics. There are various firms that are engaged in giving quality non-oxidized, non-polar pe wax. The …

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Method and Process for Preventing Honey Crystallization

Honey crystallization the formation and growth of sugar crystals in a container of honey. Crystallization could be a natural action and not an indication of adulteration or spoilage. Because of its physical properties, honey at the start tends towards natural crystallization, as it is a supersaturated sugar solution. Honey is especially comprised of 2 sugars: …

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