Rice Bran Oil

  • ID: 4335168
  • Book
  • 464 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Rice Bran Oil provides much-needed best practices on the science and technology of RBO, including the chemistry, methodology, nutritional understanding (including the effect of processing technologies on micronutrients) and applications. This volume is perfect for those interested in understanding the many emerging potential uses for this alternative oil. Written by a team of experts from academia and industry, the book is the first of its kind. The book offers a scientific yet practical view of RBO and RBO-related product development, critical for processors, research and development, product development specialists, formulators and many more.

RBO contains many nutritional components, including up to 2% oryzanol, tocotrienol and phytosterols. In addition, the fatty acid composition is well balanced with mainly oleic acid and very little linolenic acid, which allows for versatile uses in frying, cooking and in formulating oil blends for food uses, especially as a trans-free alternative.

Many food industrial sectors are seeking possibilities to use RBO in their products from not only Asia and South America, but also Europe and North America. However, there are many processing, analytical and nutritional considerations that must be documented in one resource. The book provides an overview of related rice bran products and their development, including rice bran protein, rice dietary fiber, dietary rice bran/meal, rice husk/ask applications, paddy straw applications, and valued added products, including rice bran wax.

  • Delivers practical application guidance in the selection and storage of raw materials, ensuring processing conditions address stability concerns during production
  • Presents simple and reliable detection methods, as well as the international and national rice bran oil standards
  • Provides core scientific insights into this trans free oil option
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Science and technology of RBO 1. Chemistry 2. Nutritional progress 3. Processing technology 4. Bioprocessing technology 5. Micronutrients and processing technology 6. Applications 7. Analytical aspects

Status and progress in different countries and regions (RBO) 8. China 9. India 10. Japan 11. Thailand 12. Vietnam 13. Bangladesh 14, Myanmar 15. Pakistan

RBO related product development 16. Rice protein 17. Rice dietary fiber 18. Dietary rice bran/meal 19. Rice husk/ash applications 20. Paddy straw applications 21. Valued added products

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Xu, Xuebing
Xuebing Xu, is the general manager for Wilmar Global R&D Center. He is also honorary professor in the Faculty of Science and Technology of Aarhus University, Denmark. His research interests include lipid technology, enzyme technology, food functionality, food nanotechnology, biofuel technology, etc. with particular focus on structured lipids, biocatalysis, process technology, phospholipids, ionic liquids, biodiesels, food physics, etc. Xuebing Xu is also associate editor for JAOCS, ad hoc reviewer for more than 150 papers and members of editorial board for journals including EJLST, Open Biotechnology, etc. He has authored more than 200 publications and over 30 book chapters in lipid-related researches.
Cheong, Ling-Zhi
Ling-Zhi Cheong, Ph.D. actively participates and engages in research projects with both academic and industrial researchers in the field of enzyme technology, biocatalysis and biotransformation, lipids and phospholipids processing, lipid physics and functionality, food colloids especially surface active compounds with antioxidative properties and encapsulation technology. To date, she has actively authored and co-authored peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in aforementioned research areas.
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