Food Processing Operations : Management Machines Materials & Methods, Vol. 3


Maynard A. Joslyn


Medtech Publishers

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Medtech Publishers

Publication Year 2018


ISBN-10 9386800705


Edition First
Number of Pages 556 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 23x15x3
Weight (grms) 814

These volumes summarize basic information on factors involved in successful food processing operations, from the source of raw materials to the sales outlet. The subjects are presented by individuals with established experience and skill.

Our objectives in assembling this operational information include:

Furnishing general management with a gage to permit sound evaluations and decisions in regard to the functioning and recommendations of technical personnel.

Furnishing students and supervisory personnel with a general knowledge of food processing techniques, and providing a guide (through selected references) to detailed information on specific subjects.

Promoting coordination and cooperation of all facets of supervision in food processing operations.

The principles and practices of food processing have been discussed in texts and reference books dealing with specific commodities and processes, but a concise, comprehensive summary of the machines, methods and materials used in processing operations has not hitherto been assembled for technologists, students, and nontechnical management.

Food Technology involves application of many sciences, including nutrition, biology, biochemistry, bacteriology and chemistry, as well as engineering, organization, finance, accounting and what might be called “Imagineering.”

Financing labor relations, cost accounting, scheduling, production, quality control, promotion, sales, warehousing, distribution and research require the skills of specialists; and all must be coordinated effectively for success.

The immediate success of an industrial operation depends upon efficient integration of all phases of skilled management. This involves practical application of scientific principles, in a properly located, designed, financed, engineered and superintended production operation, combined with effective marketing. The future success of a processing operation depends upon skillful planning, with a proper balance of vision, courage and discretion, and upon an effective research and development program.

Maynard A. Joslyn

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