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By Donald L. Downing

The thirteenth variation of an entire direction in canning is prepared for distribution for these attracted to the canning, glass packing, and aseptic processing industries. This ebook has been completely revised and up-to-date by means of Dr Donald Downing. The books are a technical reference and textbooks for college kids of nutrition expertise; foodstuff plant managers; product study and improvement experts; foodstuff gear brands and salesmen; agents; and meals providers. the 3 books include a complete of over 1650 pages. Dr Donald Downing, Professor of meals processing, manhattan Agricultural test Station, Cornell college, Geneva, manhattan, has introduced jointly many topics, heretofore unpublished, as a unit. the target was once to make the books so finished that they conceal all stages of processing and so whole that they can be used as textbooks in nutrition expertise classes, in addition to reference manuals and guide books for all of the nutrition processing undefined, lay contributors, in addition to the pro nutrients technologist. This re-creation has been absolutely revised and extended over earlier variations, having new sections, new items and procedures, and covers topics from making a marketing strategy and making plans a nutrients processing operation, via processing and into the warehousing of the completed product.

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5455 kg) per hour. S. Standards for Grades: TABLE 1 . 1 1 - Count Range per Container Size Designation No. 303 Can 8c Jar No. 21;2 Can Be jar No. 10 Can Tmy (Size 1 ) Tiny (Size 2) Small (Size 3) Small (Size 4) Medium (Size 5) Medium (Size 6) 3 5 and over 25 to M 18 to 24 10 to 1 7 70 and over 50 to 69 35 to 49 20 to 34 15 to 19 Less than 15 250 and over 175 to 249 125 to 1 74 75 to 124 50 to 74 Less than 50 7 to 9 Less than 7 36 PROCESSING PROCEDURES FOR CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS Blanching Blanching of beets has a two fold purpose.

21/2 - 40 lx41 1 Initial Temp. 7o · r (2 t • q - 33 min. @ 24o · r ( 1 1 6 · q Initial Temp. 14o · r (6o · q - 3 0 min. @ 24o · r ( 1 16 · q No. 10 - 603x700 Initial Temp. 7o · r (2 l . C)- 45 min. @ 24o · r ( 1 16 · q Initial Temp. I4o · r (6o · q - 4 0 min. @ 24o · r ( 1 16 · q CELERY HEARTSibl Quart Olive - 307x704 & smaller Initial Temp. 7o · r (2 t • q - 28 min. @ 24o · r ( 1 2 1 · q Initial Temp. I4o · r (6o · c)- 25 min. @ 24o · r ( 1 2 t • q No. 21/2 - 40 lx4 1 1 Initial Temp. 7o · r (2I · q - 3 3 min.

These fragments are sometimes canned separately as a special "Small cut" pack. Beans to be canned as French style are cut after being blanched. If beans were cut in this manne r before being blanched, an objectionable amount of small cut pieces and d islodged bean seeds from the slit pods would accumulate in the blancher. PROCESSING PROCEDURES FOR CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS 26 Blanching Before blanching, the beans should be thoroughly washed in cold water to remove all dirt and dust Blanching is one of the important steps in the successful canning of beans.

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