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  • a comprehensive review of electrospun nanofibers: food

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  • electrospun polymeric nanofibers in food packaging

    Electrospun Polymeric Nanofibers in Food Packaging

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  • electrospun nanofibers for food packaging applications

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  • electrospun nanofibers for food packaging applications

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    There is a growing interest in the use of electrospun nanofibers in food sector industries, particularly in the encapsulation of new food ingredients, enzymes, and other types of bioactive

  • electrospun polymeric nanofibers in food packaging

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  • electrospun functional materials toward food packaging

    Electrospun Functional Materials toward Food Packaging

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  • electrospun gelatin nanofibers encapsulated with

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    Natural and edible materials have attracted increasing attention in food packaging, which could overcome the serious environmental issues caused by conventional non-biodegradable synthetic packaging. In this work, gelatin nanofibers incorporated with two kinds of essential oil (EO), peppermint essential oil (PO) and chamomile essential oil (CO), were fabricated by electrospinning for potential

  • electrospinning of nanofibers: potentials and perspectives

    Electrospinning of nanofibers: Potentials and perspectives

    Electrospun nanofibers with structural and functional advantages have drawn much attention due to their potential applications for active food packaging. The traditional role of food packaging is just storage containers for food products. The changes of retailing practice and consumer demand promote the development of active packaging to

  • (pdf) electrospun antimicrobial polylactic acid/tea

    (PDF) Electrospun Antimicrobial Polylactic Acid/Tea

    This comprehensive review mainly focuses on the application of electrospun nanofibers for food and packaging applications. A detailed insight on the electrospinning of food proteins and

  • a comprehensive review of electrospun nanofibers: food

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    This comprehensive review mainly focuses on the application of electrospun nanofibers for food and packaging applications. A detailed insight on the electrospinning of food proteins and

  • antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal electrospun

    Antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal electrospun

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  • electrospinning of nanofibers: potentials and perspectives

    Electrospinning of nanofibers: Potentials and perspectives

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  • electrospun functional materials toward food packaging

    Electrospun Functional Materials toward Food Packaging

    Actually, the electrospun nanofibers used in food packaging must possess biocompatibility and low toxicity. In addition, in order to maintain the quality of food and extend its shelf life, food packaging materials also need to have certain functionality. Herein, in this timely review, functional materials produced from electrospinning toward

  • electrospun zein nanofibers for food and packaging

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  • electrospinning: functional electrospun nanofibers

    Electrospinning: Functional Electrospun Nanofibers

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  • nanofibers in food packaging hifyber

    Nanofibers in Food Packaging HIFYBER

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  • application of cellulosic nanofibers in food science using

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  • antimicrobial and sustainable food packaging based

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  • multifunctional and nanoreinforced polymers for food

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  • antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal electrospun

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  • nanofibers in food packaging hifyber

    Nanofibers in Food Packaging HIFYBER

    packaging, with 45% of the current market, valued at $1.86 billion in 2008 and projected to grow to $3.43 billion by 2014, at a CAGR of 12.63% [1]. 2.1 Benefits of Electrospun Nanofibers One form of active packaging involves the incorporation of antimicrobial agents which are

  • antibacterial electrospun zein nanofibrous web

    Antibacterial electrospun zein nanofibrous web

    2017-10-15· Antibacterial electrospun zein nanofibrous web encapsulating thymol/cyclodextrin-inclusion complex for food packaging. Aytac Z(1), Ipek S(2), Durgun E(1), Tekinay T(3), Uyar T(4). Author information: (1)Institute of Materials Science & Nanotechnology, UNAM-National Nanotechnology Research Center, Bilkent University, Ankara 06800, Turkey.

  • electrospinning and electrospun nanofibers: methods

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    2019-03-27· Electrospinning is a versatile and viable technique for generating ultrathin fibers. Remarkable progress has been made with regard to the development of electrospinning methods and engineering of electrospun nanofibers to suit or enable various applications. We aim to provide a comprehensive overview of electrospinning, including the principle, methods, materials, and

  • emulsion-based systems for fabrication of electrospun

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    Electrospinning is considered a promising technology for fabricating ultrafine fibers via the application of electrostatic repulsive forces. Electrospun nanofibers produced via emulsion electrospinning are widely used as delivery systems to encapsulate bioactive compounds and drugs in food and pharmaceuticals, resp 2018 Open Access Week Collection 2017 and 2018 RSC Advances Reviews from Around

  • controlled release of retinyl acetate from β-cyclodextrin

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  • hydrophobic ethylcellulose/gelatin nanofibers containing

    Hydrophobic Ethylcellulose/Gelatin Nanofibers Containing

    Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2019, Article ASAP. Yadong Tang, Ying Zhou, Xingzi Lan, Dongchao Huang, Tingting Luo, Junjie Ji, Zihui Mafang, Xiaomin Miao, Han Wang, Wenlong Wang. Electrospun Gelatin Nanofibers Encapsulated with Peppermint and Chamomile Essential Oils as Potential Edible Packaging.

  • active food packaging coatings based on hybrid

    Active Food Packaging Coatings Based on Hybrid

    Active Food Packaging Coatings Based on Hybrid Electrospun Gliadin Nanofibers Containing Ferulic Acid/Hydroxypropyl-Beta-Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complexes by Niloufar Sharif 1,Mohammad-Taghi Golmakani 1,Mehrdad Niakousari 1,Seyed Mohammad Hashem Hosseini 1,Behrouz Ghorani 2 and Amparo Lopez-Rubio 3,*

  • fabrication of antimicrobial, and antioxidant food

    Fabrication of Antimicrobial, and Antioxidant Food

    Active packaging material extending shelf life of foods with protecting quality and flavour at the same time should be developed. In this regard, electrospinning one of the method for fabricating nanofibers to encapsulate bioactive compounds in development of active food packaging

  • active food packaging coatings based on hybrid

    Active Food Packaging Coatings Based on Hybrid

    Active Food Packaging Coatings Based on Hybrid Electrospun Gliadin Nanofibers Containing Ferulic Acid/Hydroxypropyl-Beta-Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complexes . by Niloufar Sharif 1, Mohammad-Taghi Golmakani 1, Mehrdad Niakousari 1, Seyed Mohammad Hashem Hosseini 1, Behrouz Ghorani 2 and Amparo Lopez-Rubio 3,* 1. Department of Food Science and Technology, School of Agriculture,

  • hydrophobic ethylcellulose/gelatin nanofibers containing

    Hydrophobic Ethylcellulose/Gelatin Nanofibers Containing

    The ethylcellulose/gelatin solutions containing various concentrations of zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles were electrospun, and the resultant nanofibers were characterized by scanning electron microscopy, Energy dispersive X-ray, X-ray photoelectron spectrometer, X-ray diffraction, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, water contact angle, and water stability.

  • stable nisin food-grade electrospun fibers springerlink

    Stable nisin food-grade electrospun fibers SpringerLink

    2016-10-31· Most of antimicrobial peptides interact with food components decreasing their activity, which limit their successful incorporation into packaging material, functional foods and edible films. The aim of this work was to develop a nisin carrier. Nanofibers of amaranth protein and pullulan (50:50) loaded with nisin were obtained by electrospinning.

  • electrospun cellulose acetate and poly(vinyl chloride

    Electrospun cellulose acetate and poly(vinyl chloride

    The target could be stationary to collect a mat containing randomly oriented nanofibers, or in rotation so as to achieve some alignment of the nanofibers. Electrospun materials have been shown to have potential applications in food and food packaging materials making use of biopolymers, biocompatible polymers and edible polymers [8, 9, 27

  • antibacterial electrospun chitosan‐based nanofibers: a

    Antibacterial electrospun chitosan‐based nanofibers: A

    promising applications as bioactive food packaging materials capable to extend shelf life of food products while inhibiting the spread of alteration flora and foodborne pathogens. KEYWORDS antibacterial, electrospun chitosan-based nanofibers, membrane perforation, membrane permeability 1 INTRODUCTION

  • electrospun polymers and composites 1st edition

    Electrospun Polymers and Composites 1st Edition

    7. Electrospinning and electrospraying technologies for food and packaging applications 8. Electrospun composite nanofibers as sensors for food analysis 9. Development of strong and tough electrospun fiber reinforced composites 10. Electrospun nanofibers for interfacial toughening and damage self-healing of polymer composites and surface

  • electrospun antimicrobial hybrid mats: innovative

    Electrospun antimicrobial hybrid mats: Innovative

    Instead of mixing antimicrobial compounds directly with food, incorporation in packaging materials allows the functional effect at food surfaces where microbial activity is localized. The nanofibers were characterized by SEM, EDX, XRD and TEM.

  • critical reviews in food science and nutrition

    Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition

    2008-08-28· Electrospun biocomposite nanofibers for urea biosensing. Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical., 108(1–2): 585,[Google Scholar]). This review is therefore intended to introduce interested food and agricultural scientists to the concept of nano-fiber manufacturing with a particular emphasis on the use of biopolymers. We will review typical

  • analysis of phthalate migration from plastic containers to

    Analysis of Phthalate Migration from Plastic Containers to

    The migration of phthalates (PAEs), a class of typical environmental estrogen contaminants in food, from food packaging to packaged food attracts more and more attention worldwide. Many factors will affect the migration processes. The purpose of this study was to evaluate PAE migration from plastic containers to cooking oil and mineral water packed in authentic commercial packaging and stored

  • development of polyvinyl alcohol/β-cyclodextrin

    Development of polyvinyl alcohol/β-cyclodextrin

    2019-12-01· Cinnamon essential oil (CEO) can be sustainably released due to CPVA-CEO-β-CD nanofibers complex delivery systems. The chemical crosslinking and physical welding achieved simultaneously by glutaraldehyde atomization fumigation, making fibers more suitable for fresh food packaging. Nanofibrous films were characterized in terms of SEM, ATR-FTIR

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