Vol. 8, Issue 3 (2019)
Microencapsulation and its applications in food industry
Author(s): Anjum Ayoub, Monika Sood, Jagmohan Singh, Julie D Bandral, Neeraj Gupta and Anju Bhat
Abstract: Microencapsulation is a procedure in which dynamic substances are covered by very little cases that has been broadly utilized in the food and pharmaceutical enterprises. This system can be utilized to decrease the expense of creation, to expand the solidness of mixes, to cover unwanted tastes, and to enhance the discharge properties of mixes in food industries. At present, microcapsules are used in drink, bread kitchen, meat, poultry, and dairy items. In addition, microencapsulation has been utilized to expand soundness, to cover unpleasant taste, to enhance the discharge properties of medications, and to give speciﬁc tranquilize conveyance in pharmaceutical enterprises. It is another innovation that has been utilized in the makeup business and also in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical and food industries, being utilized in ﬂavors, acids, oils, nutrients, microorganisms, among others. The accomplishment of this innovation is because of the right decision of the divider material, the center discharge shape and the embodiment strategy. In this review, some important aspects of, for example, the capsules, core, wall material, release, methods of encapsulation and their use in food technology is discussed.
How to cite this article:
Anjum Ayoub, Monika Sood, Jagmohan Singh, Julie D Bandral, Neeraj Gupta, Anju Bhat. Microencapsulation and its applications in food industry. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(3):32-37.