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  • Acceptability and sensory evaluation of energy bars and protein bars enriched with edible insect 

    Adámek, Martin; Adámková, Anna; Mlček, Jiří; Borkovcová, Marie; Bednářová, Martina (HACCP Consulting, 2018-04-24)
    For consumers, one of the basic criteria of choosing a foodstuff, apart from nutritional values, is their taste and smell. In edible insect as a novel food, these criteria are not quite decisive. The main criterion in the ...
  • Detection of selected heavy metals and micronutrients in edible insect and their dependency on the feed using XRF spectrometry 

    Mlček, Jiří; Adámek, Martin; Adámková, Anna; Borkovcová, Marie; Bednářová, Martina; Skácel, Josef (HACCP Consulting, 2017-12-18)
    Edible insect can be a valuable source of nutrients, but also a potential source of heavy metals. Quick detection of over-limit heavy metals concentration could be a key to processing and quick distribution ...
  • Effect of different storage conditions on the microbiological characteristics of insect 

    Adámek, Martin; Mlček, Jiří; Adámková, Anna; Borkovcová, Marie; Bednářová, Martina (HACCP Consulting, 2018-03-21)
    When introducing a novelty food, its safety needs to be monitored. One of the safety aspects of human health is microbial contamination. In this work, microbiological parameters of long-term stored edible insect material ...
  • Electronic Nose In Edible Insects Area 

    Adámek, Martin; Adámková, Anna; Borkovcová, Marie; Mlček, Jiří; Bednářová, Martina; Kouřimská, Lenka; Skácel, Josef; Řezníček, Michal (HACCP Consulting, 2017-07-14)
    Edible insect is appraised by many cultures as delicious and nutritionally beneficial food. In western countries this commodity is not fully appreciated, and the worries about edible insect food safety prevail. Electronic ...
  • Nutritional Potential of Selected Insect Species Reared on the Island of Sumatra 

    Adámková, Anna; Mlček, Jiří; Kouřimská, Lenka; Borkovcová, Marie; Adámek, Martin; Bednářová, Martina; Krajsa, Jan (MDPI, 2017-05-12)
    Inhabitants of the Indonesian island of Sumatra are faced with the problem of insufficient food supplies and the consequent risk of undernourishment and health issues. Edible insects as a traditional and readily available ...
  • Welfare of the Mealworm (Tenebrio molitor) Breeding With Regard to Nutrition Value and Food Safety 

    Adámková, Anna; Adámek, Martin; Mlček, Jiří; Borkovcová, Marie; Bednářová, Martina; Kouřimská, Lenka; Skácel, Josef; Vítová, Eva (HACCP Consulting, 2017-07-14)
    Livestock welfare is an important condition for obtaining high-quality and safe food. According to the legislation edible insects are classified as livestock; and for this reason it is necessary to comply with the edible ...