Presentation Summary : Spoilage, Rework, and Scrap Chapter 18 Learning Objective 1 Terminology Learning Objective 2 Normal Spoilage Abnormal Spoilage Process Costing and Spoilage Example ...
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Presentation Summary : Lecture #9 Food Microbiology Conditions for Spoilage Microorganism Growth in Foods Intrinsic Factors composition pH presence and availability of water oxidation ...
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Presentation Summary : Food Microbiology 28-1 Describe thermophilic anaerobic spoilage and flat sour spoilage by mesophilic bacteria. 28-2 Compare and contrast food preservation by ...
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Presentation Summary : The spoilage is costed as manufacturing overhead because it is common to all jobs The Budgeted Manufacturing Overhead Rate includes a provision for normal spoilage ...
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Presentation Summary : Spoilage is typically assumed to occur at the stage of completion where inspection takes place. As a result, the spoiled units in our example are assumed to be 100% ...
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Presentation Summary : Food spoilage organisms Lesson objective – to understand the conditions that cause food spoilage Questions Do you know when food spoilage may occur?
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Presentation Summary : Types of bacteria Spoilage: Not particularly harmful bacteria which cause food to go off Beneficial: “Good Bacteria” which are used to make yoghurt and cheese
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Presentation Summary : 9.3 Markup with Spoilage The cost for 120 items is $360. If 10% are sold at a reduced price of $2, what is the selling price per item for a markup of 20% on cost?
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Presentation Summary : Food contamination and spoilage Extension Learning objectives To know the three methods of food contamination. To understand the two different food changes through ...
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Presentation Summary : Introduction to the Biology of Spoilage Yeasts and Brettanomyces Linda F. Bisson Department of Viticulture and Enology University of California Presentation Outline ...
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Presentation Summary : Microbial spoilage of molasses is not common, ... Spoilage of fresh fruits and vegetables usually occurs during storage and transport and while waiting to be processed.
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Presentation Summary : Title: Sensory Effects of Lactic Acid Bacteria Spoilage Author: Viticulture & Enology UC Davis Last modified by: Viticulture & Enology Created Date
Source : http://ucce.ucdavis.edu/files/repositoryfiles/Joseph1_LAB_taints-92473.ppt
Presentation Summary : Canning: Sealed food is heated to kill or inhibit microbial growth Acidic food easier to can; neutral food heated to > 100 oC; quality and nutritional value declines
Source : http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/malhazmi/FoodMicrobiology/Lecture%202%20FMicr.ppt
Presentation Summary : Spoilage in process costing Uses, Uncertainties, and limitations Process Costing Process product-costing systems are used for costing inventories or services when ...
Source : http://www.cob.sjsu.edu/turets_h/MSA%20-%20PPt%203/ch06.ppt
Presentation Summary : Food Microbiology Microorganisms in Food Food Preservation Food-borne Illness Fermented Foods Microorganisms in Food Factors affecting microbial growth in food ...
Source : http://science.kennesaw.edu/%7Ejhendrix/btec4200/food.ppt
Presentation Summary : Microbial Spoilage of food. A food product is defined as “spoiled” if “sensory changes make it unacceptable to the consumer” Indications of spoilage include ...
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Presentation Summary : Effectiveness of Irradiation in Controlling Pathogenic and Spoilage Microorganisms in Meats Catherine N. Cutter Department of Food Science Pennsylvania State University
Source : http://animalscience.psu.edu/files/ppt/Irradiation200006.ppt
Presentation Summary : Food spoilage Conditions for Spoilage Water pH Physical structure Oxygen temperature Microorganism Growth in Foods Intrinsic Factors composition pH presence and ...
Source : http://elearning.najah.edu/OldData/pdfs/300food%20spoilage.ppt
Presentation Summary : Food spoilage is the deterioration of a food product due to microorganisms, enzymes, environment (heat and cold), light and other radiation, oxygen, ...
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Presentation Summary : Inventories: Additional Issues * Comments for Retail Method (contd.) C. Spoilage Cost Retail Normal Spoilage1 ----- $$$$ Abnormal Spoilage2 $$$$ $$$$ 1.
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Presentation Summary : ... 2007 Airline Industry Forum Airlines represented: American, United, Delta ... be applied to CPP tickets Reduces spoilage Implement Penalty Fees For ...
Source : http://www.gsa.gov/graphics/fas/FY09CPPAirlineBriefing.ppt
Presentation Summary : Engineering and thermal processing Engineers are different from scientists What do scientists do? ... Most types of food spoilage have engineering solutions.
Source : http://foodsci.rutgers.edu/103/CFPA%20POWERPOINT/Engineering%20and%20Thermal%20Processing%2009.ppt