Sprouted Grains
  • Author : Hao Feng
  • Release Date : 11 October 2018
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Genre : Technology & Engineering
  • Pages : 344
  • ISBN 13 : 9780128115268

Sprouted Grains Book Summary

Sprouted Grains: Nutritional Value, Production and Applications is a complete and comprehensive overview of sprouted grains, with coverage from grain to product. Sections includes discussions on the process of grain germination from both a genetic and physiological perspective, the nutrients and bioactive compounds present in spouted grains, and the equipment and technical innovation of use to manufacturers of sprouted grains and sprouted grain products. This book is essential reading for cereal science academics and postgraduate students interested in the subject of cereal processing, but is also ideal for industrial product developers in cereal companies. This edited volume brings together the world’s leading researchers on sprouted grains. Presents the nutrient and bioactive components of these healthy grains Provides extensive coverage of products developed from sprouted grains Includes contributions from an International team of both academic and industrial authors Covers the equipment and technology used in grain processing

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Sprouted Grains: Nutritional Value, Production and Applications is a complete and comprehensive overview of sprouted grains, with coverage from grain to product. Sections includes discussions on the process of grain germination from both a genetic and physiological perspective, the nutrients and bioactive compounds present in spouted grains, and the equipment ...

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