Cilt 15, Sayı 1, Sayfalar 84 - 94 2017-04-15

Yenilebilir Film ve Kaplamalar: Üretimleri, Uygulama Yöntemleri, Fonksiyonları ve Kaslı Gıdalarda Kullanımları
Edible Films and Coatings: Their Production, Application Methods, Functions and Uses in Muscle Foods

Serpil Tural [1] , Furkan Türker Sarıcaoğlu [2] , Sadettin Turhan [3]

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Ambalajlama endüstrisindeki hızlı gelişime paralel olarak, son yıllarda, bariyer özelliğinden dolayı sınırlı etki gösteren klasik ambalajlama teknikleri yanında, ek avantajlar sağlayan yeni ambalaj materyalleri ve teknolojileri de geliştirilmektedir. Bu teknolojilerden biri olan yenilebilir film ve kaplamalar, raf ömrünü uzatmak amacıyla gıda maddelerinin ambalajlanmasında kullanılan ve gıda ile birlikte tüketilebilen ambalajlardır. Önceleri, genellikle depolama ve taşıma sırasında nem kaybını önlemek amacıyla kullanılan bu ambalajlar, günümüzde gıdaların kalite özelliklerinin iyileştirilmesi ve raf ömrünün uzatılması amacıyla kullanılmaktadır. Ayrıca bu ambalajlar, antioksidan ve antimikrobiyal bileşiklerle kombine edilerek gıdalarda istenmeyen renk oluşumunu, lipit oksidasyonunu ve mikrobiyolojik bozulmaları engellerler. Kaslı gıdalar, depolama sırasında meydana gelen mikrobiyal ve biyokimyasal değişiklikler nedeniyle çabuk bozulan ve raf ömrü nispeten kısa olan ürünlerdir. Bu yüzden, kaslı gıdaların depolama süresince bozulmalarının geciktirilerek korunmalarında modern ambalajlama teknolojileri önem taşımaktadır. Bu derlemede, bu teknolojilerden olan yenilebilir film ve kaplamaların özellikleri ve kaslı gıdalarda kullanımları konusunda günümüze kadar yapılan çalışmalar özetlenmiştir. 

In recent years, novel packaging materials and methods with additional advantages have been developed in parallel with the rapid development in packaging industry besides classical packaging that may show limited barrier effect. Edible film and coating production is one of the technologies where packages are used for extend the shelf life and can be consumed with foods. Typically, food packages have been generally used to prevent moisture loss during storage and transportation of foods, and nowadays they are being used both to improve the quality characteristics and to extent shelf life of foods. In addition, these packages are combined with antioxidant and antimicrobial compounds to inhibit undesirable color formation, lipid oxidation and microbiological spoilage in foods. Muscle foods are perishable and have relatively short shelf life due to microbial and biochemical changes during storage. Therefore, modern packaging technologies are important for delaying the deterioration of muscular foods during storage. In this review, studies on the properties of edible films and coatings and their application in muscle foods are presented.

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Yazar: Serpil Tural
E-posta: sturhan@omu.edu.tr

Yazar: Furkan Türker Sarıcaoğlu
E-posta: furkan.saricaoglu@omu.edu.tr

Yazar: Sadettin Turhan
E-posta: sturhan@omu.edu.tr

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APA Tural, S , Sarıcaoğlu, F , Turhan, S . (2017). Yenilebilir Film ve Kaplamalar: Üretimleri, Uygulama Yöntemleri, Fonksiyonları ve Kaslı Gıdalarda Kullanımları. Akademik Gıda, 15 (1), 84-94. DOI: 10.24323/akademik-gida.306077
MLA Tural, S , Sarıcaoğlu, F , Turhan, S . "Yenilebilir Film ve Kaplamalar: Üretimleri, Uygulama Yöntemleri, Fonksiyonları ve Kaslı Gıdalarda Kullanımları". Akademik Gıda 15 (2017): 84-94 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/akademik-gida/issue/28716/306077>
Chicago Tural, S , Sarıcaoğlu, F , Turhan, S . "Yenilebilir Film ve Kaplamalar: Üretimleri, Uygulama Yöntemleri, Fonksiyonları ve Kaslı Gıdalarda Kullanımları". Akademik Gıda 15 (2017): 84-94
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