Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Fedoseeva Olga Valeryevna

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Krasnodar Research Institute of Agricultural Products Storage and Processing
   

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DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGY FOR THE PRODUCTION OF FOOD ADDITIVES FROM SECONDARY RESOURCES OF PEARS PROCESSING

abstract 1311707060 issue 131 pp. 709 – 719 29.09.2017 ru 162
The article provides experimental data, which help to substantiate the effectiveness and feasibility of application of plant resources, produced by the rubbing of the pears in the production process of puree as raw material for the production of secondary food additive. For the first time, with the use of pulsed NMR it is established that processing of secondary resources of pears processing in UHF EMF influence on the redistribution of bound and free moisture, i.e., the maximum transition was for linked moisture to free moisture, noted in the processing of secondary resources in UHF EMF with the rate of heating (increase in temperature) 0,4 °С/s to a temperature of 60 °С. It is established that such processing of secondary resources of processing of pears allows to increase the average speed of the subsequent IR-drying and reduce the time IR drying in 2 times in comparison with IR-drying of control sample (without pretreatment in UHF EMF). Pre-treatment of secondary resources of processing of pears to UHF EMF for the identified modes allows for their subsequent IR-drying to reduce the loss of vitamin C, 23.9% and P-active substances – by 20.6% compared with the control sample. We have developed technological modes of production of food additives from secondary resources of processing of pears, providing maximum preservation in its composition of thermolabile biologically active substances – vitamin C and P-active substances. On the basis of these studies, there was developed a set of technical documentation, including TU 10.39.25-423- 040801346-2016 "Food additive. Pear Powder" and a technological instruction for the production of food additives
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FOOD AND BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE ADDITIVES FROM SECONDARY PLANT RESOURCE

abstract 1211607064 issue 121 pp. 1037 – 1053 30.09.2016 ru 260
The article analyzes technologies and production methods of food and biologically active additives from secondary plant resources developed in Russia and abroad. We have studied a classification of secondary resources resulting from the processing of vegetable raw materials. It is found, that the most interesting (in terms of macro and micronutrients) are secondary resources resulting from the processing of fruit, vegetables and grapes, in the manufacturing process of vegetable oil, flour and cereals industry. It is concluded that, despite a significant number of currently developed and implemented technologies, the development of relevant ones provides complex processing of vegetable raw materials, with the release of a wide range of food and dietary supplements, resulting in a number of physiologically and technologically functional properties
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