An explorative study on the systematic development of tomato ketchup with potential health benefits using the Chain Information Model

M. Benner, A.R. Linnemann, W.M.F. Jongen, P. Folstar

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Abstract

The Chain Information Model (CIM) was set up as a tool for the systematic design of food products with a health benefit; CIM helps to identify the information necessary for an efficient and effective product development process and to facilitate information exchange in food production chains. CIM was used to develop a lycopene-rich tomato ketchup. Results show that CIM is useful for structuring the information towards a scenario to realise the intended product. The model enables product developers to analyse the entire production process in a structured and systematic way. By following this approach, possible influences on the final product are mapped out beforehand
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)150-158
JournalTrends in Food Science and Technology
Volume18
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007

Keywords

  • carotenoid content
  • lycopene
  • products
  • food
  • cancer
  • plasma
  • fruit

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