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'Halved peaches in syrup, in an open tin can, on a wooden table. Canning is a way of processing food to extend its shelf life. The idea is to make food available and edible long after the processing time. Although canned foods are often assumed to be of low-nutritional value (due to heating processes), some canned foods are nutritionally superioraain some waysaato their natural form. For instance, canned tomatoes have a higher available lycopene content.Canning is a method of preserving food in which the food is processed and sealed in an airtight container. The process was first developed as a French military discovery by Nicolas Appert. The packaging prevents microorganisms from entering and proliferating inside.To prevent the food from being spoiled before and during containment, quite a number of methods are used: pasteurization, boiling (and other applications of high temperature over a period of time), refrigeration, freezing, drying, vacuum treatment, antimicrobial agents that are natural to the recipe of the foodstuff being preserved, a sufficient dose of ionizing radiation, submersion in a strongly saline, acid, base, osmotically extreme (for example very sugary) or other microbe-challenging environments.No such method is perfectly dependable as a preservative. For example, spore-forming, thermal-resistant microorganisms, such as Clostridium botulinum (which causes botulism), can still survive.'
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