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This work identifies the volatile compounds present in the pulp of caja-umbu ( Spondias sp.) fruits harvested at two different stages (half-ripe and ripe) of maturation. The volatiles were captured through purge and trap technique. The half-ripe caja-umbu fruit pulp contained 67 components among...
The kernels from Canarium album L. (also called Chinese olive), largely cultivated in the southeast of China, were analyzed for their nutritional composition. The kernels had a high percentage of fats (52.8%) and proteins (29.5%). Soxhlet extracted kernel oil presented acid, iodine and...
Olives ( Olea europaea cv. Coratina ) used for oil production were stored for 30 days at three different temperatures and under different atmospheres (ambient temperature, 5 °C with a flux of humidified air, 5 °C with a flux of 3%O 2 + 5%CO 2 ). The olives were kept in jars used for fruit...
Initially exploited in chemistry and physics, high-pressure technology has gained importance in various fields. Flavonoids, namely naringin and naringenin, from citrus, are functional chemicals with important properties in the fields of healthcare, food and agriculture. Naringin, the principal...
An ELISA was used to directly determine residual imidacloprid in fruit juices. Imidacloprid could be determined by only diluting samples without any pre-treatments such as filtration, centrifugation, and clean-up procedures. The ELISA enabled imidacloprid to accurately determine down to about 5...
Hard clams (HC), Meretrix lusoria are a popular seafood and traditionally used as a Chinese remedy for liver disease and chronic hepatitis. The goal of this study was to identify compounds from hard clam, which are responsible for inducing apoptosis using bioassay-directed isolation. The effects...
There is an increasing demand of the consumers and actors of the food industry sector to have means of measurement allowing the characterisation of raw materials or food. Dairy products (milk, ice cream, yogurt, butter, cheese, etc.) are in considerable demand, command premium prices and are,...
Aim of the study To assess the in vitro bioaccessibility of carotenoids, including xanthophyll esters, and tocopherols from fruits and vegetables.
Fat migration in confectionery products can lead to significant deterioration in quality. This occurs not only through loss in texture contrast between chocolate and filling but also through the appearance of fat bloom on the surface of the chocolate. This latter aspect is often, although not...
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