Artificial Nanostructures in Food
The application of artificial nanostructures has increased dramatically within the agri‐food industry over the past decade, as has occurred on farms, for example, in the delivery of fertilizers and pesticides, through to food packaging. This chapter focuses on the different types and uses of artificial organic nanoparticles derived from the three primary food components: proteins, polysaccharides, and lipids. When used individually or together, these components provide an enormous range of...[Show more]
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