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Free-sodium salts mixture and AlgySalt® use as NaCl substitutes in fresh and cooked meat products intended for the hypertensive population

AuthorsTriki, M. ; Khemakhem, I.; Trigui, I.; Ben Salah, Riadh; Jaballi, S.; Ruiz-Capillas, C. ; Ayadi, Mohamed Ali; Attia, H.; Besbes, S.
KeywordsSensory and physicochemical properties
Sodium chloride substitution
Microbiological analysis
Cooked and fresh meat sausage
Issue Date2017
CitationMeat Science 133: 194-203 (2017)
AbstractThis work aims at reducing the use of added NaCl in processed meat products because of its negative effects on hypertensive population by replacing it by sodium-free salts mixture (SM: KCl, MgCl and CaCl) in fresh and cooked sausages. The technological, sensory, and microbiological effects of SM were compared with a commercial replacer based on seaweed extracts (AlgySalt®). A total substitution of NaCl with the latter and a partial one with SM (80% and 50%) were studied in cooked sausages and a total NaCl substitution with both substitutes was performed in fresh sausages. As a result, hardness increased in AlgySalt® reformulated samples, while it decreased when 80% SM were used. Whereas, AlgySalt® induced less cooking loses than SM. To some extent, microbiological counts showed a similarity between reformulated and control samples for both sausage types, whereas reformulated products containing SM revealed better sensory properties for both meat products. Therefore, using SM as NaCl replacer is adequate for processed meat products.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.meatsci.2017.07.005
issn: 0309-1740
e-issn: 1873-4138
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