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Hyperspectral imaging and multispectral imaging as the novel techniques for detecting defects in raw and processed meat products: Current state-of-the-art research advances

In order to achieve rapid detection of defects and to increase the industrial operating efficiency of products without compromising their quality attributes, hyperspectral imaging (HSI) and multispectral imaging (MSI), as the technologies that simultaneously provides spectral and spatial information of foodstuffs, are now widely applied for inspecting both raw and processed meat items. This review first discusses the principles of HSI and MSI. Recent developments and applications of HSI and MSI directed at the raw and processed meat industry are then discussed. The advantages and disadvantages of hyperspectral imaging and its future prospects are also covered. This review provides a detailed overview of the recent efforts devoted to HSI and MSI technologies for evaluating the quality and safety of different meat products and the probability of its widespread application. Hyperspectral imaging, as a promising tool in developing rapid and non-invasive, is capable to detect defects in raw and processed meat products.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0956713517303602

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