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Future Foods. Global Trends, Opportunities, and Sustainability Challenges

  • ID: 5342494
  • Book
  • December 2021
  • Region: Global
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Future Foods: Global Trends, Opportunities, and Sustainability Challenges highlights trends and sustainability challenges along the entire agri-food supply chain. Using an interdisciplinary approach, this book addresses innovations, technological developments, state-of-the-art based research, value chain analysis, and a summary of future sustainability challenges. The book is written for food scientists, researchers, engineers, producers, and policy makers and will be a welcomed reference.

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1. Emerging trends and future sustainability challenges in the global agri-food sector 2. Approaches for sustainable food production and consumption systems 3. Smart and sustainable food: What is ahead? 4. Climate change and future of agri-food production 5. Future grain crops 6. Expectations for household food security in the coming decades: A global scenario 7. Underutilized fruits: Challenges and constraints to domestication 8. Mainstreaming underutilized legumes for providing nutritional security 9. Designer food and feeds from underutilized fruits and vegetables 10. Seaweeds and microalgal biomass: The future of food and nutraceuticals 11. Current trends and next generation of future edible oils 12. Plant-based milk products 13. Nutraceuticals and functional beverages: Focus on prebiotics and probiotics active beverages 14. Future innovations in alcohol-based beverage industry 15. Future Food Proteins: Trends and perspectives 16. Mycoproteins: A futuristic portrayal 17. Edible vaccines: Current scenario and future prospects 18. Sustainability challenges in edible bird's nest: Full exploitation and health benefit 19. The future of cultured meat between sustainability expectations and?socio-economic challenges 20. Meat alternatives 21. Innovations in food packaging industry: Sustainability challenges and future scenarios 22. The use of emerging dehydration technologies in developing sustainable food supply chain  23. Gastronomy: A novel social representation of foods through consumers' language 24. Neurobiology of food addictions 25. Human population genomics approach in food metabolism 26. Space food on celestial bodies and on the way there 27. Designer foods as an effective approach to enhance disease preventative properties of food through its health functionalities 28. What foods might kids eat in the future? The case of a plant-based game for shifting to sustainable healthy diets 29. Restoring the values of traditional foods 30. Between Conventionalization and Emancipation: Present and Future Paths for Organic Food Market Organization 31. Agricultural productivity and food supply to meet increased demands 32. High-productive agricultural technologies to fulfill future food demands: Hydroponics, aquaponics, and precision/smart agriculture 33. Food waste and by-product valorization as an integrated approach with zero waste: Future challenges 34. Food fraud countermeasures and consumers: A future agenda 35. ICT applications for the food industry 36. 3D food printing: genesis, trends, and future prospects 37. Non-destructive methods for detection of food quality 38. Authentication of wine and other alcohol-based beverages Future global scenario 39. Food biotechnology: Innovations and challenges 40. Nanoscience and nanotechnology advances in food industry 41. Food quality monitoring via bioinformatics and big data 

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Rajeev Bhat Professor and ERA-Chair Holder, Food By-Products Valorization Technologies (VALORTECH), Estonian University of Life Sciences, Tartu, Estonia. Rajeev Bhat
Rajeev Bhat is a professor and the ERA Chair holder in Food By-products Valorization Technologies (VALORTECH) at the Estonian University of Life Sciences, Tartu, EU. He has an extensive research and teaching experience of more than 20 years in the field of agri-food technology, with research expertise focusing on various issues pertaining to sustainable food production and food security. He holds international work experiences in South Korea, India,
Malaysia, Germany, Fiji Islands, and now in Estonia. To date, he has nearly 250 research articles published in ISI based journals and as refereed book chapters; has edited seven and authored one book; is on the editorial board
of leading International journals; has been a scientific committee/advisory board member and an invited speaker in various international conferences. His name now figures in the World's top 2% scientists in the field of Food
Science & Technology as per the survey done by Stanford University based researchers. He has completed several sponsored research and consultancy projects with funding received from various agencies. Prof. Bhat has also been
a visiting professor in many of the renowned universities and is a recipient of several prestigious international awards and recognitions conferred by various institutions of higher learning and research establishments.
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