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RECENT DEVELOPMENT AND CONCERNS OF VALUE ADDED MEAT PRODUCTS AMONG MUSLIM CONSUMERS IN MALAYSIA [article] /Babji A.S., Aminah A.,Feny Hidayati Shodiqoen

By: A.S.,Babji.
Contributor(s): A.,Aminah | Shodiqoen,Feny Hidayati.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSubject(s): Consumer -- Malaysia | Meat product In: Jurnal Halal Jurnal Halal 2008M/1429H, p. 1-8Abstract: Malaysia imports more than RM 5 billions of foodstuff, with imports of livestock valued at RM 190 millions a year and meat and meat products at RM 844 millions. At the local scenario the chicken broiler industry formed the biggest component of h Malaysian livestock industry valued at RM 3 billions per year. Producers are motivated to increase the volume of VAP resulting in greater margin. The focus is on down stream processing emphasizing on meat quality with regard to food safety, health and lately Halal requirements. Of major concern to the Muslim community is the use of blood plasma in improving food s m o p characteristics. Food processing technologists have successfully blended new techniques with functional food ingredients and bioactive meat based substances. Unconventional protein sources are formulated using modern processing technologies to explore new meat products. Local meat processing plants have utilized efficient processing operations to minimize wastes and by-products, ,improving their functional and nutritional properties These includes tumbling, massaging, curing and marination of both coaled and uncoated meat product. CO-extrusion technology has also resulted in a wide variety of new meat based bakery products currently available in the mark. Research and development trends will continue to design innovative foods in which muscle protein a re combined with non conventional animal product, non-meat protein and functional food additives. Composite type food products with meat, non meat proteins, fats,, carbohydrates and functional ingredients such as pre and probiotics will be more visible in the near future in Asian Food Markets.
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Malaysia imports more than RM 5 billions of foodstuff, with imports of livestock valued at RM 190 millions a year and meat and meat products at RM 844 millions. At the local scenario the chicken broiler industry formed the biggest component of h Malaysian livestock industry valued at RM 3 billions per year. Producers are motivated to increase the volume of VAP resulting in greater margin. The focus is on down stream processing emphasizing on meat quality with regard to food safety, health and lately Halal requirements. Of major concern to the Muslim community is the use of blood plasma in improving food s m o p characteristics. Food processing technologists have successfully blended new techniques with functional food ingredients and bioactive meat based substances. Unconventional protein sources are formulated using modern processing technologies to explore new meat products. Local meat processing plants have utilized efficient processing operations to minimize wastes and by-products, ,improving their functional and nutritional properties These includes tumbling, massaging, curing and marination of both coaled and uncoated meat product. CO-extrusion technology has also resulted in a wide variety of new meat based bakery products currently available in the mark. Research and development trends will continue to design innovative foods in which muscle protein a re combined with non conventional animal product, non-meat protein and functional food additives. Composite type food products with meat, non meat proteins, fats,, carbohydrates and functional ingredients such as pre and probiotics will be more visible in the near future in Asian Food Markets.

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