Process for the production of a food product involving at least one heating step, comprising adding one or more enzymes to an intermediate form of said food product in said production process whereby the enzyme is added prior to said heating step in an amount that is effective in reducing the level of amino acids that are present in said intermediate form of said food product which amino acids are involved in the formation of acrylamide during said heating step. The invention also relates to food products obtained from the process of the invention.
Plomp; Pieter Jan Arnoldus Maria (Delft, NL), Boer; Lex de (Wateringen, NL), Rooijen; Rutger Jan van (Ede, NL), Meima; Roelf Bernhard (Kamerik, NL)
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