Food Preservation

Food preservation can be defined as the process of treating and handling food in such a way as to stop or greatly decelerate down decomposition and help foodborne illness while maintaining nutritive value, texture and flavour. Conservation protects the terrain through the responsible use of natural resources. Preservation protects the environment from dangerous mortal conditioning. For illustration, conserving a forest generally involves sustainable logging practices to minimize deforestation. Food preservation extends food's shelf- life. Pineapples, cherries, and other fruits and vegetables can be saved for lengthy ages of time using colourful ways. Food preservation expands the supply of food. Food preservation cuts down on food waste.

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