Effect of reducing sodium chloride based on the sensory properties of meat products and the improvement strategies employed: a reviewopen access
- Kim, Tae-Kyung; Yong, Hae In; Jung, Samooel; Kim, Hyun-Wook; Choi, Yun-Sang
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- KOREAN SOCIETY ANIMAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Salt; Shelf life; Water holding capacity; Emulsion stability; Reduced-salt; Meat product
- JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, v.63, no.4, pp.725 - 739
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- JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
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- Many consumers are concerned about the high levels of salt intake owing to the accompanied risk of chronic diseases. Due to this dietary concern, the food industry has recommended the reduction of salt content in many products. However, the addition of salt to meat products improves their quality and sensory properties, including saltiness, color, juiciness, and texture. Because quality deteriorations could induce decreased sensory scores owing to salt reductions, the challenges involved in improving the quality of reduced-salt meat products have been addressed. During the development of low-salt meat products, it is important to reduce sodium content and address the problems that arise with this reduction. Modified salt, organic acids, amino acids, nucleotides, hydrocolloids, high-pressure, ultrasound, electric pulsed field, and irradiation have been suggested as strategies to replace or reduce sodium content, and sensory scores could be improved by these strategies. Therefore, when developing a low-salt meat product, several perspectives must be considered and the latest technologies that could resolve this problem should be adopted.
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