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Issue 7 (2) 2008 pp. 35-42

Agnieszak Nawirska, Cecylia Uklańska

Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences

Waste products from fruit and vegetable processing as potential sources for food enrichment in dietary fibre

Abstract The objective of our study was to determine and compare the neutral dietary fibre (NDF) and acid dietary fibre (ADF) contents in the pomace from the processing of two apple varieties (Idared and Champion), two strawberry varieties (Ducat and Kent), chokeberry, black currant, red cabbage, and two carrot varieties (Black carrot and Dolanka). Chokeberry pomace was found to contain the largest, and Dolanka carrot pomace the smallest amounts of NDF and ADF. The results imply that chokeberry pomace, black currant pomace and strawberry (both Ducat and Kent) pomace should be recommended as best suited for the production of high DF food components.
Keywords: pomace, dietary fibre fractions
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For citation:

MLA Nawirska, Agnieszak, and Cecylia Uklańska. "Waste products from fruit and vegetable processing as potential sources for food enrichment in dietary fibre." Acta Sci.Pol. Technol. Aliment. 7.2 (2008): 35-42.
APA Nawirska A., Uklańska C. (2008). Waste products from fruit and vegetable processing as potential sources for food enrichment in dietary fibre. Acta Sci.Pol. Technol. Aliment. 7 (2), 35-42
ISO 690 NAWIRSKA, Agnieszak, UKLAńSKA, Cecylia. Waste products from fruit and vegetable processing as potential sources for food enrichment in dietary fibre. Acta Sci.Pol. Technol. Aliment., 2008, 7.2: 35-42.