Download FCC 8th Edition PDF: The Ultimate Guide to Food Ingredients Standards
1. mixing time: the first step in many operations is mixing. most mixing operations are carried out in a mixer designed for the job. the mixing time is a critical factor in determining the degree of mixing. too little mixing, and the product may still be a little less than homogeneous. too much mixing, and large particles may be formed. for the type of mixing that is generally carried out in the food industry, the first step in determining the degree of mixing is to measure the time, called the mixing time, required for the product to be homogeneous, that is, for the points of the product to reach the same value. too long a mixing time will result in a product that is still too heterogeneous. the mixing time is determined by performing a test similar to the test for the appropriate amount of time. for more information on this subject, refer to testing of mixing time ( mixing ).
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the print component of the fcc, while containing information analogous to the fifth edition, features a new standardized layout. flavor materials, traditionally presented in a table at the rear of the text, are now incorporated as standard monographs in the main listing. in addition, ir spectra have been incorporated into the bodies of the corresponding monographs. a new edition of the print component will be published every two years, with supplements appearing between editions. meanwhile, the online component of the fcc provides searchable fields.
the 8th edition of the bam was prepared in the technical editing branch, center for food safety and applied nutrition, fda by lois a. tomlinson with production assistance by dorothy h. hughley. this version (revision a) of the 8th edition, was prepared and produced by dr. robert i. merker, office of special research skills, cfsan, fda.