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This work aimed at developing powders rich in antioxidant compounds and pigments from three berries grown in argentine Patagonia: blackcurrant, raspberry and elderberry. Ultrasound-assisted extraction (UAE) was applied on the precipitates generated after juice production in order to improve bioactive compounds recovery. The best extracts (UAE 10 min for raspberry and blackcurrant, and 5 min for elderberry), obtained after 2–3 extraction cycles were mixed and spray-dried. The glass transition temperatures (43–50 °C), and the low water content (0.92–1.44%) and water activity values (<0.06) of the powders suggest that they could be stored at room temperature without risk of physical deterioration. Elderberry and blackcurrant powders showed good flowability and low cohesiveness while raspberry powders presented an intermediate cohesiveness and fair flowability. This was consistent with the smooth surface and the less shrinkage of the raspberry powder particles observed by microscopy. Elderberry powders presented higher concentration of bioactive compounds (polyphenols content 4.57 ± 0.23 mg gallic acid (GA)/g d.m. and monomeric anthocyanins content 2.39 ± 0.12 mg cyd-3-glu/g d.m.), and higher antioxidant capacity (3.33 ± 0.57 mg GA/ g d.m.) when compared to raspberry and blackcurrant. The obtained powders result possible ingredients to be used as natural colorants or antioxidants. © 2018


Documento: Artículo
Título:Spray-dried powders from berries extracts obtained upon several processing steps to improve the bioactive components content
Autor:Gagneten, M.; Corfield, R.; Mattson, M.G.; Sozzi, A.; Leiva, G.; Salvatori, D.; Schebor, C.
Filiación:Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Departamento de Industrias, Buenos Aires, Argentina
PROBIEN (CONICET-Universidad Nacional del Comahue), Argentina
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Departamento deQuímica Orgánica, Buenos Aires, Argentina
CONICET, Argentina
Palabras clave:Berries; Bioactive compounds; Spray-drying; Ultrasound-assisted extraction; Anthocyanins; Antioxidants; Compressive strength; Deterioration; Extraction; Fruits; Glass transition; Pyrene; Spray drying; Antioxidant capacity; Antioxidant compounds; Berries; Bioactive components; Bioactive compounds; Low water-content; Spray-dried powders; Ultrasound-assisted extraction; Powders; black currant extract; raspberry leaf extract; Sambucus nigra extract; ABTS radical scavenging assay; antioxidant assay; Article; biotechnological production; black currant; chemical composition; concentration (parameters); controlled study; flow rate; glass transition temperature; nonhuman; physical chemistry; physical parameters; process optimization; raspberry; room temperature; Sambucus; scanning electron microscopy; spray drying; ultrasound assisted extraction; wettability
Página de inicio:1008
Página de fin:1015
Título revista:Powder Technology
Título revista abreviado:Powder Technol.


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Gagneten, M., Corfield, R., Mattson, M.G., Sozzi, A., Leiva, G., Salvatori, D. & Schebor, C. (2019) . Spray-dried powders from berries extracts obtained upon several processing steps to improve the bioactive components content. Powder Technology, 342, 1008-1015.
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Gagneten, M., Corfield, R., Mattson, M.G., Sozzi, A., Leiva, G., Salvatori, D., et al. "Spray-dried powders from berries extracts obtained upon several processing steps to improve the bioactive components content" . Powder Technology 342 (2019) : 1008-1015.
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Gagneten, M., Corfield, R., Mattson, M.G., Sozzi, A., Leiva, G., Salvatori, D., et al. "Spray-dried powders from berries extracts obtained upon several processing steps to improve the bioactive components content" . Powder Technology, vol. 342, 2019, pp. 1008-1015.
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Gagneten, M., Corfield, R., Mattson, M.G., Sozzi, A., Leiva, G., Salvatori, D., et al. Spray-dried powders from berries extracts obtained upon several processing steps to improve the bioactive components content. Powder Technol. 2019;342:1008-1015.