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Advances in Fish Processing Technologies
Preservation, Waste Utilization, and Safety Assurance




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ISBN 9781774911075
February 1, 2023 Forthcoming by Apple Academic Press
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Book Description

Fisheries in India and elsewhere are a very important economic activity with total fish production growing each year in response to increasing demand from consumers. With this growth, it is important for developing countries to take advantage of new advances in fish preservation, processing, and packaging technologies.

This new volume, Advances in Fish Processing Technologies: Preservation, Waste Utilization, and Safety Assurance, covers advances in fish processing technology, green technologies for extracting nutraceuticals, the role of endogenous enzymes in the quality of fish/shellfish and their products, disruptive technologies, and restructured product-based technologies. The chapters introduce improved techniques that are available for handling, transportation, product development, packaging, preservation, and storage of fish with the aim to present safe and convenient products to consumers. The volume also addresses technology to reduce undesirable changes in fish due to processing. The technologies discussed include high-pressure processing, irradiation, pulsed light technology, pulsed electric field, microwave processing, application of radio frequency, ultrasound, and more.

Topics such innovative methods for utilization of fish waste are discussed as well, and quality and safety aspects of fish and fish products are covered with reference to antimicrobial resistance bacteria and new developments in safety and quality management systems of fish and fish products.

This volume provides a wealth of information for graduate and postgraduate students of fisheries and food science. It will also be useful for food science professionals.

Table of Contents

PART I: ADVANCES IN FISH PRESERVATION, PROCESSING, AND PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES

1. Advancement in Fish Processing Technology: The Indian Scenario

C. N. Ravishankar and C. O. Mohan

2. Surimi and Surimi-Based Products

B. A. Shamasundar

3. Freezing of Fish and Fishery Products: Basics and Advancements

K. Dhanapal and G. Praveen Kumar

4. Emerging Fish Processing and Packaging Technologies: An Overview

C. O. Mohan, S. Remya, K. R. Sreelakshmi, K. Elavarasan, and C. N. Ravishankar

5. Utilization of Low-Cost Fish through Restructured Product-Based Technologies

Amjad K. Balange and R. P. Deepitha

6. Hydrocolloids: Application in Fish Processing to Improve Mechanical and Functional Properties of Fish Products

Ranendra K. Majumdar

7. Edible Packaging for Fish Preservation: Fundamentals and Applications

P. Layana, R. P. Deepitha, K. A. Martin Xavier, and A. K. Balange

8. Disruptive Technologies: Its Scope in Seafood Processing and Traceability of Fish Products

Ajit Kumar Roy, B. M. Yadav, and S. A. Joshi

9. Secondary Raw Material and Low-Cost Fish for Fish Meal Production and Its Implications in the Animal Feed Industry

L. Narasimha Murthy, Girija G. Phadke, A. Jeyakumari, and S. Vijayakumar

PART II: SEAFOOD COMPOSITION AND SCOPE OF DEVELOPING HIGH-VALUE PRODUCTS

10. Marine Fish Fatty Acids: Variation in Fatty Acid Profiles of Pelagic and Demersal Fishes

R. Ramesh and G. Venkateshwarlu

11. Endogenous Enzymes: Their Roles in Quality of Fish/Shellfish and Their Products

Soottawat Benjakul, Avtar Singh, Thanasak Sae-Leaw, and Amjad K. Balange

12. Green Technologies for Developing High-Value Novel Marine Nutraceuticals: Scope and Innovations

Lekshmi R. G. Kumar, Niladri S. Chatterjee, and Suseela Mathew

PART III: UTILIZATION OF FISH PROCESSING WASTES

13. Fish Wastes: Present Status of Utilization and Scope of Valorization

Ranendra K. Majumdar

14. Production of Omega-3 Capsules from Fish Offal: Recycling of Resources for Sustainable Production and Consumption

Bimal Prasanna Mohanty, Satabdi Ganguly, Arabinda Mahanty, Tandrima Mitra, Sasmita Mohanty, and Basanta Kumar Das

15. Bioactive and Functional Nutraceuticals from Shrimp Processing Wastes

K. A. Martin Xavier and Kasturi Chattopadhyay

16. Edible Packaging from Fishery Waste: A Future Prospective

Sathish Kumar Kannaiyan and J. Bindu

PART IV: EMERGING SEAFOOD SAFETY CONCERN AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT

17. Antimicrobial Resistant Bacteria: An Emerging Seafood Safety Concern

Jerusha Stephen, Manjusha Lekshmi, Parvathi Ammini, Binaya Bhusan Nayak, and Sanath H. Kumar

18. Emerging Pathogens of Public Health Significance Associated with Seafood

L. Manjusha, H. Sanath Kumar, and Binaya Bhusan Nayak

19. Understanding Food Safety in Fish and Fishery Products

T. V. Sankar

20. Developments in Safety and Quality Management of Fish and Fishery Products

G. Jeyasekaran and R. Jeya Shakila

PART V: ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN THE FISH PROCESSING SECTOR

21. Entrepreneurship Initiatives in the Fisheries Post Harvest Sector Through the Agribusiness Incubation Program

George Ninan

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Biography

Ranendra K. Majumder, PhD, is Professor and Head of the Department of Fish Processing Technology and Engineering, College of Fisheries of Central Agricultural University (I), Lembucherra, Tripura, India. He has in total 23 years of experience in various academic capacities, including eight years as professor. He has expertise in the field of ethnic and traditional fish products of India and Bangladesh, fish biochemistry, fisheries waste management, and value addition of low-cost fish. He is also working in the field of entrepreneurship development of youths through value addition to fish. He has satisfactorily completed four externally funded research projects and nine university-funded research projects. Prof. Majumder is guiding three PhD. scholars and has already guided 19 master’s students for their theses. He has presented papers at several international and national seminars. During his academic and research life, he has publication in 35 international and 28 national journals, as well as 12 book chapters. He has developed several technologies, such as different value-added fish products, a low-cost solar tent dryer, and a consumer-friendly portable mini fish smoking kiln. Dr. Majumder’s keen interest in ethnic fermented fish products has given him an identity in the international arena, and he is presently working for development of standards as assigned by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). Dr. Majumder earned his doctoral degree from the Central Institute of Fisheries Education (Deemed University), Mumbai, India.

Amjad K. Balange, PhD, is Principal Scientist in the Department of Post-Harvest Technology of ICAR-Central Institute of Fisheries Education (Deemed University), Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, where he has been on the faculty for over eight years. He also worked in the capacities as Biochemist and Assistant Professor in the Fish Processing Technology Department of College of Fisheries, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, India, giving him a total experience of over 21 years in teaching, research, and extension. Dr. Balange’s research and teaching interests revolve around fish processing technology and microbiology, with about 100 refereed journal publications in the areas of fish postharvest management, fish biochemistry, value addition of fish, and fish waste management. He has supervised the completion of 10 PhD and 15 master’s research programs and is a recipient of a fellowship for international PhD program from the Faculty of Agro-Industry, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand, with excellent doctorate thesis award for the academic year 2008.