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Volume 93, 20213rd International Scientific Conference on New Industrialization and Digitalization (NID 2020)
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|The Consumer Market in the New Economy: Innovative Models, Opportunities, Priorities
|12 January 2021
Innovative Technologies for the Production of Semi-Finished Meat Products as a Factor in the Development of the Consumer Market
Ural State University of Economics, 620144 Ekaterinburg, Russia
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The article deals with topical issues of high-tech production development of minced meat semi-finished products with added benefits as an imperative of new industrialization. The use and processing of agricultural grain raw materials in the Sverdlovsk region will allow local enterprises of the agro-industrial complex to develop steadily and strengthen ties with potential consumers of processed grain raw materials. Creating innovative food products for mass consumption is one of the main tasks of the state policy in the field of healthy nutrition of the population. Research on the development of minced meat semi-finished products with the addition of food grain matrix is presented. An increase in the nutritional, biological and physiological value for the human body, the prospects of using grain matrix in the technology of production of minced meat products from poultry (turkey) have been established. The development of innovative food products is one of the priority areas for the development of the consumer market.
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