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what is nutrition?

study of food components and their use by body to sustain life and health. focus on what happens to food after you eat them.

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what is the difference between nutrition and food science?

food science also focus on what happens to food before you eat them

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before WW1, how do most people preserve food?

drying, salting or pickling

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what is the method to preserve food for longer period of use?

drying salting smoking

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what is earliest forms of food processing?

drying salting smoking and cook over flame

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what develop in industrial revolution?

power-driven machines and harnessing steam and coal power.

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where is canning process invented?

in france

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what invention increase the food production?

farm machinery e.g. thresher, reaper and steel plow

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what invention increase the food process?

specialized factory equipment

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what do ingredients develop?

manufacture food faster and more consistent quality

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what is adulteration?

lowered quality and safety of a product caused by adding inferior ingredients that may be toxic.

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when is USDA established?

1862

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what is FDA food code?

reference for anyone seeking info on how to prevent food borne illness in retail and food service operation.
guideline to handle food safety

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what does FDA regulate?

80% of food supply except meat, poultry, and processed egg products.

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what is USDA responsible for?

research the nutritional need of american and develop science-based dietary guidance

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what are both FDA and USDA responsibility?

food labeling

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what is 100% organic mean?

only contain organic ingredients, not include water and salt.

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what is organic mean?

95% organic not include water and salt

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what is made with organic ingredient or food mean?

70% ingredient organic, not include water and salt.

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what is IFIC, AND 's goal?

unbiased , factual communication.

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examples for safe, tasty, nutritious, low-cost foods to combat hunger?

incaparina
amaranth

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what is biotechnology?

an area of research that relates food science and agri
process of altering organisms to create new or improved products

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what is advantage of biotechnology?

lower cost and larger crop yield

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what is food analogs?

natural or manufactured substances used in place of foods or food components.
have long shelf life and does not need refrigeration.

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what are top 10 food innovations?

jucie in boxes and foil pouches
safe canning procedures
microwave oven
frozen fruit juice concentrates
prepackage fruits vege and salads
freeze-dried products like instant coffee and tea
TV dinners
moisture control to prevent spoilage
food fortification
milk in boxes

others-margarine, vege shortening, corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, shaped cereal and snack, artificial fats

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what is cryogenic liquids?补充

quick freezing--minimum damage on cell structure, maintain much of the color, texture, nutritive value of fresh foods.

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what is DHS responsible for?

department of homeland security-overall security of nation and american people.

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what is food protection?

both food safety and food defense

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what is food defense?

protection of food products from intentional adulteration by bio, chem, physical or radioactive agents

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what is food terrorism?

deliberate contamination of food or water supplies