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Irradiation to Ensure the Safety and Quality of Prepared Meals

Report of the 2nd Research Coordination Meeting of FAO/IAEA Coordinated Research Project held in Pretoria, South Africa, 26-30 April 2004

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Consumer studies carried out on convenience foods have shown that perceived time pressures contribute positively to the purchase of both prepared meals and take-away meals. Other reasons found to contribute positively to the purchase of prepared meals include not enjoying cooking for oneself, a value-for-money perception of convenience foods and different eating times of family members.

As a consequence of the increased market for convenience foods particularly, the food industry is interested in developing ways for the production of prepared meals, which are safe to eat, have an acceptable shelf-life and are of good sensorial and nutritional quality. One technology with the potential to achieve these objectives is food irradiation, which is one of the most thoroughly researched food processing technologies ever developed.

It is thought that research into the application of ionizing radiation to products such as prepared meals could be of unique benefit to the food industry, particularly in developing countries where the microbiological safety of many ethnic dishes is questionable and their shelf-life limited due to the conditions under which they are produced and stored. Food irradiation used on its own or in combination with other processes such as chilling could

significantly enhance the microbial safety of such products as well as extending shelf-life.

This is of special importance for the most vulnerable individuals in society such as the immunocompromised.

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