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Title: Nonthermal Food Processing: A Step Towards A Circular Economy To Meet The Sustainable Development Goals
Authors: Arshad, R.N.
Abdul-Malek, Z.
Roobab, U.
Ranjha, M.M.A.N.
Režek Jambrak, A.
Qureshi, M.I.
Khan, N.
Manuel Lorenzo, J.
Aadil, R.M.
Keywords: Circular economy
Food recovery
Food safety
Life cycle analysis
Natural resources efficiency
Non-thermal processing
Sustainable Development Goals
Waste reduction
Issue Date: Dec-2022
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Citation: Arshad, R. N., Abdul-Malek, Z., Roobab, U., Ranjha, M. M. A. N., Režek Jambrak, A., Qureshi, M. I., Khan, N., Manuel Lorenzo, J., & Aadil, R. M. (2022). Nonthermal food processing: A step towards a circular economy to meet the sustainable development goals. Food Chemistry: X, 16.
Abstract: A circular economy promotes a world-friendly style of economic development, and the main aim is a closed-loop cycle of “resource-production-consumption-regeneration” economic activities. A circular economy can assist in implementing sustainable development in the food industry. During conventional food processing, the thermal effects degrade the food residues and make their wastes. Nonthermal processing has emerged as a promising, safe, and effective technique for extracting bioactive compounds from food residues. Nonthermal processing help in implementing a circular economy and meeting the United Nations approved Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Collaboration between food producers and the food chain may make the food industry more circular. This article motivates adopting nonthermal technologies to conserve natural resources, food safety, and energy in different food processing phases to meet SDGs.
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ISSN: 25901575
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