These components, including the beneficial effects of high voltage electrical stimulation of carcases after slaughter, are listed in the MLC's Blueprint for Lean and Tender Pork.
What does HVES stand for?
HVES stands for High Voltage Electrical Stimulation (neurophysiology)
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We have 6 other meanings of HVES in our Acronym Attic
- High-Voltage Electron Microscope
- High-Voltage Electron Microscopy
- Herpesvirus Entry Mediator Ligand
- Hutt Valley Emergency Management Office (New Zealand)
- Halo Video Exchange Network
- High Voltage Electricity Network (Latvenergo; Latvia)
- High Visibility Enforcement Overtime (grant program; Ohio Department of Public Safety)
- Harbor View Elementary School (US and Canada)
- Hemlock Valley Electrical Services (est. 1976; Canada)
- Hidden Valley Elementary School (Martinez, CA)
- Highland Valley Elder Services (Florence, MA)
- High Voltage Engineering and Testing (Institution of Engineering and Technology; UK)
- Homeless Veterans Employment and Training (US Department of Labor)
- Heavy Vehicles Factory (Avadi, Chennai, India)
- High Voltage Fuse
- High-Value Food
- Hope Valley Farms (Southwestern Durham, North Carolina, USA)
- Hotel Villa Fontaine (Japan)
- Human Volunteer Force (fictional group)
- Humphrey Visual Field
Samples in periodicals archive:
The alternative to modified carcase suspension after slaughter is high voltage electrical stimulation of the carcase (HVES) which achieves a similar tenderisation of beef muscle.