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Title

Chemometric classification of the fat residues from the conditioning operations of table olive processing, based on their minor components

AuthorsGarrido Fernández, A. ; López-López, Antonio
KeywordsConditioning process
Cluster analysis
Discriminant analysis
Fatty alcohols
Oil composition
Principal component analysis
Processing
Sterols
Table olives
Triterpene diols
Wax
Issue Date10-Aug-2011
PublisherAmerican Chemical Society
CitationJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 59(15): 8280-8288 (2011)
AbstractThe work characterizes the unsaponifiable matter of fats released in pitting green (GP) and ripe (RP) olives, in pitting/stuffing green olives with vegetable (GPSV) and animal (GPSA) products and in the fat settled at the end of the factory sewer system (W). The unsaponifiable matter ranged from 1.94% (RP) to 5.91% (GPSA); total sterols from 1319 mg/kg fat (GPSV) to 2002 mg/kg fat (RP), with β-sitosterol as the most abundant. Fatty alcohols ranged from 242 mg/kg (GP) to 556 mg/kg (W), with C22 as the most abundant. Triterpene diols were found only in GPSV (erythrodiol + uvaol, 0.80%). Wax was not present in the fats from GP and RP but increased with the general fat degradation in the order GPSV (128 mg/kg), GPSA (171 mg/kg) and W (263 mg/kg). Chemometric analysis was able to detect differences among the diverse fats; sterols + fatty alcohols cluster analysis was useful for fat grouping. © 2011 American Chemical Society.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/53388
DOI10.1021/jf201520t
Identifiersdoi: 10.1021/jf201520t
issn: 0021-8561
e-issn: 1520-5118
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