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Microorganisms, the Ultimate Tool for Clean Label Foods ?

Abstract : Clean label is an important trend in the food industry. It aims at washing foods of chemicals perceived as unhealthy by consumers. Microorganisms are present in many foods (usually fermented), they exhibit a diversity of metabolism and some can bring probiotic properties. They are usually well considered by consumers and, with progresses in the knowledge of their physiology and behavior, they can become very precise tools to produce or degrade specific compounds. They are thus an interesting means to obtain clean label foods. In this review, we propose to discuss some current research to use microorganisms to produce clean label foods with examples improving sensorial, textural, health and nutritional properties.
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Giorgia Perpetuini, Pumnat Chuenchomrat, Valentin Pereyron, Maxime Haure, Da Lorn, et al.. Microorganisms, the Ultimate Tool for Clean Label Foods ?. Inventions, MDPI, 2021, 6 (2), pp.1-21. ⟨10.3390/inventions6020031⟩. ⟨hal-03281977⟩



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