Provides comprehensive coverage of the components available in fish roe and highlights their biological and nutritional effects as well as their sensory and safety attributes.
Fish Roe: Biochemistry, Products, and Safety describes various components available in fish roe and introduces their biological and nutritional effects. In addition to addressing biological and nutritional effects, this book also explores fish roe products and their safety while also providing coverage of the bioactives that are naturally available in fish roe or generated during processing, thereby outlining the maximum benefits that can be obtained from this natural resource.
Beginning with the introduction of fish roe production procedures worldwide, this book further explores the processing of traditional fish roe products from Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, where fish roe is frequently consumed. This book also discusses the sensory and safety attributes of fish roe and will be a comprehensive reference for food scientists, chemists, food process engineers, developers, researchers, and students in the field of seafood science.