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Published by H.M.S.O. in Edinburgh .
Written in English


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SeriesTorry advisory note -- no.31
ContributionsTorry Research Station.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13685366M

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  Polyphosphate solutions were also used in the fish/shrimp-source products but in a relatively small amount of tripolyphosphate mg g −1 maximum (expressed as P 2 O 5). Polyphosphate solutions were seldom used in fish, except one frozen bass. Trimetaphosphate was not detected in all of the studied by: Shelf life of fish stored in -2°C ice was 10 days, compared to 7 days for the fish stored in 0°C ice. Extension of shelf life was attributed to delayed microbial growth and slow biochemical changes.   The ability of the polyphosphate to modify the adsorption/desorption behavior was related to the molecular weight of the polyphosphate -- larger molecules were more effective. The polyphosphate samples had polymer chains, Na,+2P,O3,+~, where n = 1, 3 and i0 and represents the degree of by: (Once polyphosphate breaks down, it ultimately does so to naturally occuring monophosphate and so it cannot be easily distinguished from normal phosphate). To aid in the declaration of polyphosphates we have developed a test that detects the amount of 'added' phosphates in prawns, white fish and chicken, distinguishing between the naturally.

This applies to other uses such as force-meats: STPP will help prevent the poultry, fish, or meat from becoming greasy and falling apart during heating. culinary uses. STPP is used as a preservative for poultry, meat, and seafood. It is also added, along with other sodium polyphosphates, to processed cheeses as an emulsifier. Warnings of sodium tripolyphosphate in fish. You might be paying more for seafood that contains this chemical, because it can increase the weight of the products to which it’s applied. Post-harvest Consumer Food safety & handling. by The Fish Site 16 March , at am Worse, you might not even know it’s there, because labelling of this. The "Fish Monger" gets the bad rap when actually you can put the blame on good old fashion corporate America for this as well as the consumer. If the average consumer that may enter one particular super market only looks at the price before it goes in the cart and not the ingredients than that market is price driven ONLY. Why do you think whole.   Sodium Tripolyphosphate Used in Fish. Asked Ap , AM EDT. A resident called our Extension office and inquired about the use of Sodium Tripolyphosphate used in fish. She is concerned with health risks that may be related to the use of the chemical. Why is the chemical used and what are risks if any.

SummaryA pilot plant is described for the automatic polyphosphating of fish, the capacity being kg per hour. the importance of volume control and maintenance of polyphosphate solution. Our dip recipes dress up crackers, veggies and chips. From easy cold dips to warm dips, we have tons of dips to pair with chips, veggies, and more. The treatments were done using 10% sodium polyphosphate and 3% sodium metaphosphate with 4% NaCl solutions and glazing + packaging to prevent drip loss in the frozen fish. Inorganic polyphosphates (di-, tri- and higher polyphosphates) can be used to treat fish, fish fillets and shrimps in order to improve their water-binding capacity.