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Pork Quality
Predicting Pork Quality Using Measurements Collected from Various Locations on the Boneless Loin
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Relationships Between Loin Color, Chop Thickness, Cooking Method, Water-Holding Capacity and Tenderness For Pork Cooked To 62.8°C
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Determining the relationship between early postmortem loin quality attributes and aged loin quality attributes using meta-analysis techniques
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Characterizing the relationship between early postmortem loin quality attributes with 14 day aged loin quality attributes and sensory characteristics
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Pork Supply Chain Audit
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Prediction of pork quality using online computer vision system
With the increasing demand of high quality of pork products from the global market the United States pork industry needs to seek new solutions for determining quality of pork products.
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National Pork Retail Benchmarking Study
The primary objective of this project was to benchmark fresh pork quality at the retail store level. A great deal of variation in pork quality exists in the retail marketplace, leaving consumers with...
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Prediction of Pork Quality using Raman Spectroscopy
The objective of the project was to develop an approach to use Raman spectroscopy to predict sensory quality of fresh pork loins. Pork loins (n=200) were selected during fabrication on seven...
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Consumer Valuation of Pork Chop Quality Information
Pork quality variation has been well documented and overall eating quality of fresh unenhanced pork chops has been linked to product color and marbling. The National Pork Board is working with USDA...
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Developing equations for rapid and accurate prediction of carcass fat quality
The concepts of least cost diet formulation, feeding of alternative feed ingredients and production throughput have become common practice in the swine industry. The inclusion of alternative...
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