The EU project Nutra-Snack established an integrated scientific and technological framework to introduce conventional and new biotechnologies into the nutraceutical industry. The purpose was to promote novel ready-to-eat snacks enriched with natural antioxidant/radical-scavenging compounds. Enhancement of valuable compounds production in plant cells and in vitro cultures were achieved by different elicitation strategies, and exhaustive metabolites profiling obtained by high-resolution analytical techniques. Finally, innovative enzyme-based biosensors were developed for food products functional activity and safety properties assessment. This review provides an overview of the technologies selected, integrated and tested in NUTRA-SNACK and recent literature strengthening integrated approaches in modern food process manufacturing.
|Autori:||Giuseppina Rea Amina Antona Maya Lambreva Sandro Pastorelli Arianna Tibuzzi Simone Ferrari Dirk Fischer Udo Johanningmeier Wieslaw Oleszek Teresa Doroszewska Angela Maria Rizzo Patrizia V.R. Berselli Bruno Berra; BERTOLI A; Luisa Pistelli Barbara Ruffoni Carole Calas-Blanchard Jean Louis Marty Simona Carmen Litescu Mirela Diaconu Eleftherios Touloupakis Demetrios Ghanotakis Maria Teresa Giardi|
|Titolo:||Integrated plant biotechnologies applied to safer and healthier food production: The Nutra-Snack manufacturing chain|
|Anno del prodotto:||2011|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1016/j.tifs.2011.04.005|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|