How are microorganisms useful in food industry?
Asked by hiralashah12 | 7th Nov, 2019, 10:28: PM
Uses of microorganisms in food industry:
- Lactic acid bacteria are used to make curd along with other dairy products such as yoghurt, buttermilk, sour cream and cheese.
- Yeast is often used in the bakery industry for making breads, pastries and cakes.
- Dosa, upma and idli are fermented preparations using aerobic bacteria.
- Single Cell Protein (SCP) is microbial mass produced as a supplementary food for animals and human beings.
- Different alcoholic beverages such as wine, beer, whisky, brandy or rum are prepared using different species of yeast.
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