Resonances to ‘Taste’ Loins and Hams without Opening Them

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is commonly used in medicine to look at organs and structures inside the human body. The technique allows knowing parameters such as the amount of fat, moisture, color and some sensory attributes of the product; and in the case of ham, also monitoring the salt diffusion during the different stages of the maturation process

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