Multiple Choice Questions on Food Processing | FRUITS AND VEGETABLES PROCESSING

Multiple Choice Questions on Fruits and Vegetables Processing

1. In autoclaved sausages which are stored unrefrigerated the primary hurdle is:

a. pH

b. Water activity

c. Sub lethal damage to spores

d. Eh

Ans. c

2. The basic principle of antibody based detection is the:

a. Binding of antigen with antibody

b. Binding of antibody to an enzyme conjugate

c. Binding of antibody to membrane

d. Binding of antigen to membrane

Ans. a

3. Milk and fruit juice are deaerated before they are allowed to flow through pasteurizer. This is done in order to:

a. Reduce fouling of pasteurizer

b. Increase the rate of heat transfer

c. Reduce oxidation deterioration

d. Decrease the rate of heat transfer

Ans. c

4. Intermediate moisture foods(IMF) are in the water activity range of:

a. 0.6 to 0.9

b. 0.8 to 0.9

c. 0.3 to 0.4

d. 0.3 to 0.6

Ans. a

5. The ideal packaging material for high pressure processing of foods is:

a. Glass

b. Flexible pouches

c. Metal cans

d. Rigid trays

Ans. b

6. The process commonly applied to tissue systems of fruits and vegetables prior to freezing to inactivate the enzymes is:

a. Heating

b. Pasteurization

c. Blanching

d. Scalding

Ans. c

7. Food which cannot be high pressure treated is:

a. Meat

b. Fruit juice

c. Bread

d. Jam

Ans. c

Multiple Choice Questions on Food Processing

8. The browning involved when bread is toasted is:

a. Dextrinisation

b. Caramalization

c. Enzymatic browning

d. Coagulation

Ans. a

9. A Maillard reaction is an example of the browning of:

a. Protein

b. Starch

c. Sugar

d. Protein and sugar

Ans. d

10. Mayonnaise does not separate into oil and vinegar because:

a. Sugar and salt are added to act as emulsifiers

b. Egg yolk is added to act as an emulsifier

c. Egg white is added to act as emulsifier

d. The ingredients are beaten vigorously so that oil and vinegar do not separate

Ans. b

11. The main purpose of blanching vegetables before freezing is to:

a. Increase color

b. Soften cellulose

c. Deactivate enzymes

d. Prevent the loss of Vitamin C

Ans. c

12. Advances in food packaging has increased food availability because the:

a. Information on the package assists consumers prepare the food

b. Food is easier to store and transport without spoilage

c. Packages are mostly recyclable and reusable

d. Packages are attractive to consumers

Ans. b

13. Ethylene is:

a. Gas given off during ripening of fruit

b. A naturally occuring enzyme

c. An alternative source of fuel

d. A gas used to stop fruit ripening

Ans. b

14. The following are examples of semi perishable foods:

a. Canned tomatoes, freeze dried coffee, tinned peaches

b. Milk, strawberries, meat

c. Frozen peas, brazil nuts, cereals

d. Bread, meat, dried apricots

Ans. a

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15. Enzymatic browning:

a. Occurs in raw fruit and vegetables

b. is caused by oxygen reacting with tannins

c. is a chemical reaction

d. All of the above

Ans. a


16. The sensory assessment of food involves judging food:

a. Using sight, taste, texture and aroma

b. Without looking

c. In a controlled situation

d. All of the above

Ans. a

17. Which of the following is true about fruits and vegetable processing?

a. They get spoled very fast and hence need to be consumed soon

b. They have high moisture content and should be kept in a cold, dark place

c. They’re tender and hence get spoiled easily

d. All of the above

Ans. d

18. Which of the following holds untrue with respect to jam making?

a. Boiling water to concentrate the mixture is an important step

b. The fruit is heated to soften it, extract pectin and then boiled rapidly to increase sugar content to about 70%

c. High methoxyl pectin is used in jam and low methoxyl in gelling agents in milk products

d. None

Ans. d

19. Clarification of milk works on the principle of centrifuge?

a. True

b. False

Ans. a

20. Which is correct with respect to staling of bread?

a. It is temperature dependent

b. It is called retrogradation

c. It is the reverse of gelatinization

d. All of the above

Ans. d

21. During processing of fruits and vegetables transport losses occur in general are:

a. 20%

b. 25%

c. 30%

d. 40%

Ans. c

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22. The most important product for preparation of fruit jelly is:

a. Acid

b. Sugar

c. Pectin

d. Sucrose

Ans. c

23. To remove field heat vegetables immediately after harvesting should be:

a. Stored

b. Pre cooled

c. Refrigerated

d. Kept open

Ans. b

24. In receipt of world vegetable production India is placed in the rank of:

a. First

b. Second

c. Third

d. Fourth

Ans. b

25. Aluminium foil has moisture vapour transmission rate as:

a. High

b. Medium

c. Low

d. Too low

Ans. c

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26. Blanching is commonly done in vegetable industries to inactivate:

a. Pathogen

b. Moulds

c. Microorganisms

d. Enzymes

Ans. d

27. The fruit ripening is due to the production of:

a. Acetylene

b. Ethylene

c. CO2

d. O2

Ans. b

28. The process commonly applied to tissue systems of fruits and vegetables prior to freezing to inactivate the enzymes is:

a. Heating

b. Pasteurization

c. Blanching

d. Scalding

Ans. c

29. Low acid foods are foods with a pH value of:

a. Greater than 4.5

b. Less than 3.7

c. 3.0 to 4.0

d. 3.5 to 4.0

Ans. a

30. Common additive added in the preparation of minimally processed food for the reduction of water activity is:

a. Sodium benzoate

b. Sodium chloride

c. Potassium sorbate

d. Ascorbic acid

Ans. b

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