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INDUSTRIE ALIMENTARI Vol. 58 - MAY 2019

 

CONTENTS

 

5 - Edible insects: a possible answer to food security
G. Vinci - M. Rapa - S. Saccavino

Entomophagy – the human’s consumption of insects – could represent a valid nutritional and economic instrument for humans feeding. Insects are an alternative protein source to conventional protein food, such as meat, fish or legumes. The world’s best-known food organizations such as FAO or WHO have always highlighted the importance of nutrition in their action plans to combat poverty and promote human development. FAO, particularly, has tried to manage the malnutrition problem by introducing the entomophagy as alternative food. Although insects are considered “novel food” in Europe, it is noteworthy that they already integrate the diet of over 2 billion people in the world, especially in Asia, Africa and Latin America. The aim of this work is to identify the benefits of a diet that involves the insect’s consumption, referring to environmental, social and economic aspects. Furthermore, this paper analyses the edible insect’s nutritional composition and determines their role in the development processes.

 

11 - Halal dry fermented goat meat and sheep sausages: market research and economic prospects
M. Martuscelli - A. Fantini - I. Bucci - D. Mastrocola

The purpose of this work was to deepen our knowledge of the market demand for salami with halal certification and the potential interest for the regional (of Abruzzo region), national (of Italy) and international market. In particular, the aim of the study was to verify if this product could be able to satisfy both the Muslim and non-Muslim consumers. For this purpose, a market survey was conducted with interviews of two groups of consumers, 103 of Muslim faith and 151 non-Muslims. The results of the research showed a high buying interest for both goat or sheep salami, with halal certification, by both groups of consumers; the study also allowed to characterize the socio-economic aspect of the clusters to which the product can mainly be destined.

 

DEPARTMENTS

 

20 - CONFERENCE

24 - MACHINES

32 - DOWNSTREAM

40 - AUTOMATION

42 PACKAGING

54 - PRODUCTS

58 - HYGIENE

62 - ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY

64 - FOOD SAFETY

68 - CERTIFICATION

80 - APPLIED RESEARCH

82 - MARKETING

88 - NEWS

100 - AGENDA

106 - AITA

112 - COMPANIES’ ADDRESS

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