Meat snack products, Biology

Snack Products

Meat snacks such as curls; chips are made from sliced, whole meat and comminuted meat. Extruded snacks are made from meat and non meat ingredients. Extrusion helps to create different forms and shapes of products. They are very popular for convenience, crispiness and shelf stability. Meat incorporation improves flavour, taste and nutritive value of the products.

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