This research investigated the potential of multi-pass homogenization treatment for the inactivation of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis inoculated at different levels in liquid whole egg (LWE) comparing the efficacy of this treatment with a traditional thermal one performed at 65 C. Moreover, the effects of high pressure treatment (HPH) on structural and functional properties such as viscosity, microstructure and foaming abilities of LWE were investigated. The data obtained suggested that the multi-pass high pressure treatment at 100 MPa of S. enterica serovar Enteritidis inoculated in LWE at 7 and 4 log CFU/ml resulted in a first order inactivation kinetic, while the thermal inactivation curves of S. enterica serovar Enteritidis inoculated at 8 and 4 log CFU/ml presented a non-linear behaviour, with a marked tail after 3 min of treatment at 65 C. Additionally, HPH treatment caused an increase in foaming capacity of LWE, with respect to the untreated samples, passing from values of 26% of the control to 50% of pressure treated samples.

High pressure homogenization vs heat treatment: Safety and functional properties of liquid whole egg

PATRIGNANI, FRANCESCA;VANNINI, LUCIA;LANCIOTTI, ROSALBA
2013

Abstract

This research investigated the potential of multi-pass homogenization treatment for the inactivation of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis inoculated at different levels in liquid whole egg (LWE) comparing the efficacy of this treatment with a traditional thermal one performed at 65 C. Moreover, the effects of high pressure treatment (HPH) on structural and functional properties such as viscosity, microstructure and foaming abilities of LWE were investigated. The data obtained suggested that the multi-pass high pressure treatment at 100 MPa of S. enterica serovar Enteritidis inoculated in LWE at 7 and 4 log CFU/ml resulted in a first order inactivation kinetic, while the thermal inactivation curves of S. enterica serovar Enteritidis inoculated at 8 and 4 log CFU/ml presented a non-linear behaviour, with a marked tail after 3 min of treatment at 65 C. Additionally, HPH treatment caused an increase in foaming capacity of LWE, with respect to the untreated samples, passing from values of 26% of the control to 50% of pressure treated samples.
Francesca Patrignani; Lucia Vannini; Sylvain L. Sado Kamdem; Isabel Hernando; Raquel Marco-Molés; M. Elisabetta Guerzoni; Rosalba Lanciotti
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