Sensory quality of lamb following long-term frozen storage.

@article{Muela2016SensoryQO,
  title={Sensory quality of lamb following long-term frozen storage.},
  author={Erica Muela and Paula Monge and Carlos Sa{\~n}udo and Mar{\'i}a del Mar Campo and Jose A Beltr{\'a}n},
  journal={Meat science},
  year={2016},
  volume={114},
  pages={32-37}
}
The study analysed the effect of frozen storage duration (FSD) on lamb sensory quality. Trained panel evaluated Longissimus lumborum aged for 1d in unfrozen carcass plus 3d in modified atmosphere packaging on thawed (1, 9, 15 or 21 month FSD) or refrigerated (0 month FSD) meat. Consumer acceptability test was performed on leg chops (Semimembranosus) kept in the same conditions but those chops for the visual test were retail displayed up to 10d from packaging. FSD differed on texture variables… CONTINUE READING