Most reviews in the past, with a few notable exceptions, either dealt with encapsulation technologies for the entire food field, or had a strong focus on spray drying.
Flavor Encapsulation Technologies: An Overview Including Recent Developments
December 25, 2008
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- 32The Creative Longview: Flavors of the Future
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