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drum drying temperature vitamin retention

Furthermore, drying for 3 to 5 hours at 95ºc caused the destruction of 23% of vitamin A but only 8% of b-carotene. Drum drying is often used for manufacturing fortified food in powdered form. The advantage of drum drying over conventional oven drying is that higher temperatures can be used with a processing time of only 2 to 30 seconds

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  • nutrient loss in dried foods| outdoor herbivore blog

    nutrient loss in dried foods| outdoor herbivore blog

    The nutrient loss for commercially-dried foods varies between 30 – 80% for vitamin C and 10 – 50% for vitamin A. The amount of loss is dependent on many factors, including storage time, drying temperature, and dry time. The variation is much higher for fresh food purchased from the …

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  • the effects of various thermal processes on protein

    the effects of various thermal processes on protein

    Selenium retention was practically unaffected by the various thermal processes, except by drum-drying, which caused a 24% loss. No thermal process equally preserved protein quality and process-sensitive vitamins. However, the low-temperature processes, like steam flaking and drum-drying or the high temperature-short time process extrusion

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    Jul 05, 2011 · Contributions of spray drying to food processing applications are increasing as compared to other conventional drying methods. Spray drying has not only contributed in drying of fluids but also has played a vital role in encapsulation and microencapsulation of valuable foods and functional–nutraceutical ingredients. Microencapsulation by spray drying is a cost-effective one-step …

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    impact ofdrying temperatureand slice thickness on

    Persimmons (Diospyros Kaki L.) were dried using a 1.8 m2 flat plate solar collector connected with a drying chamber under three different drying temperatures of 45, 55, 65°C and slice thickness of 0.5, 1.0 1.5 cm to examine the retention of vitamin C during drying. It took 13 hours when persimoons were dried at 65°C, 16 hours under 55°C and 18 hours under 45°C to reach to less than 10%

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    Dried vegetables are widely used in food production. Kale leaves, due to their high health-promoting properties, can be a valuable raw material for drying. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of blanching, drying methods (air-drying, freeze-drying), the time and temperature of storage on the content of ash, minerals, vitamins B1, B2, and tocopherols in dried kale products

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    Under conditions of accelerated storage at elevated temperature (45 °C), however, there is substantial loss of vitamin A beyond 4 weeks of storage. Parrish et al. (1980) also reported good stability of enriched wheat flour stored at room temperature, but about 50% losses in flour stored at 40 °C for 6 months

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    Jul 06, 2016 · If you are wondering on which temperature you should cook your food without losing important nutrients such as vitamin C, the answer is not simple since it depends on lot of factors among others and the source of that vitamin. One of the best examples for that is orange. Orange will keep most of the vitamin C in it while the skin is intact

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