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Solubilization of Phenols and Sugars from Raspberry Extrudate by Hydrothermal Treatments

AuthorsCubero-Cardoso, Juan ; Trujillo-Reyes, Ángeles ; Marín-Ayllón, Patricia; Rodríguez-Gutiérrez, Guillermo CSIC ORCID ; Villa-Gomez, Denys; Serrano, Antonio ; Borja Padilla, Rafael CSIC ORCID ; Fermoso, Fernando G. ORCID
KeywordsRaspberry extrudate
Hydrothermal treatments
Antioxidant compounds
Phenolic compounds
Issue Date15-Jul-2020
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationProcesses 8 (7): 842 (2020)
AbstractRaspberry extrudate residue has bioactive compounds in its matrix that are considered high-added value compounds. In the present study, different hydrothermal treatments were carried out using different operational systems, temperatures and times to solubilize raspberry extrudate in order to obtain these bioactive compounds (i.e., sugars and phenolic compounds). Hydrothermal treatment conditions were assessed in the range of 60 °C to 210 °C, with increments of 30 °C. The hydrothermal treatment at 210 °C for 5 min with direct steam and decompression was the most efficient process based on the solubilization of sugars and phenols, as well as on the antioxidant capacity of the products recovered in the liquid phase after treatment. Under these conditions, the concentration of soluble phenols was more than double the concentration in the raw raspberry extrudate, with more than 5000 mg phenols per kilogram of raspberry extrudate. The obtained values demonstrate the potential of applying this treatment for recovering valuable bioactive compounds from raspberry extrudate.
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