What Is the Definition of Food Preservation?

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Food preservation refers to the process of treating and handling food to slow down spoilage. Food preservation is attained through various methods such as drying, exclusion of air, refrigeration and use of preservatives so as to increase the lifespan of the food in context. Food preservation provides an unfavorable condition for growth of bacteria and microorganisms that lead to food spoilage.
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