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- Nagarajaiah, Shyamala Bellur; Prakash, Jamuna
- International journal of fruit science 2016 v.16 no.4 pp. 423-443
- bioactive properties; calcium; dietary fiber; free radical scavengers; fruit juices; fruits; grape pomace; grapes; insoluble fiber; juice industry; lemons; methanol; nutrients; oranges; soluble fiber
- ... Fruit pomace, a byproduct of the fruit juice industry, is a rich source of nutrients and bioactive components. The study explored chemical composition and bioactive potential of pomace from selected fruits. Results revealed that fruit pomace was rich in dietary fiber (insoluble fiber: 24.15–31.83%; soluble fiber: 0.43–19.71%). Both orange and sweet lemon pomace were good sources of calcium (303 mg ...
- Jagannath, A.; Kumar, Manoranjan
- International journal of fruit science 2016 v.16 no.4 pp. 410-422
- Citrus deliciosa; Citrus nobilis; Citrus reticulata; ambient temperature; blanching; chromatography; cultivars; health promotion; mandarins; monitoring; naringin; oranges; osmotic treatment; physicochemical properties; sensory evaluation; shelf life; storage time
- ... Naringin, a bitter bioflavonoid of orange, widely reported for health promoting benefits is also responsible for reduced acceptability of many orange products where peels are integral components. The current study quantified naringin concentrations present in three types of oranges viz., Nagpur (Citrus reticulata Blanco), Kinnow (Citrus nobilis × Citrus deliciosa), and Mandarin (Citrus reticulata) ...