Metal-Organic Frameworks for Food Safety.
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Food safety is a prevalent concern around the world. As such, detection, removal, and control of risks and hazardous substances present from harvest to consumption will always be necessary. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), a class of functional materials, possess unique physical and chemical properties, demonstrating promise in food safety applications. In this review, the synthesis and porosity of MOFs are first introduced by some representative examples that pertain to the field of food safety. Following that, the application of MOFs and MOF-based materials in food safety monitoring, food processing, covering preservation, sanitation, and packaging is overviewed. Future perspectives, as well as potential opportunities and challenges faced by MOFs in this field will also be discussed. This review aims to promote the development and progress of MOF chemistry and application research in the field of food safety, potentially leading to novel solutions.
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Wang, P., Xie, L., Joseph, E. A., Li, J., Su, X., & Zhou, H.
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Wang, Pei-Long||Xie, Lin-Hua||Joseph, Elizabeth A||Li, Jian-Rong||Su, Xiao-Ou||Zhou, Hong-Cai