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Pressurized fluid extraction of anthocyanins from cranberry pomace and its use in bioactive food coatings for almondsDownload
About 94% of total cranberry production is mainly used by the juice industry, generating cranberry pomace, which is a rich source of anthocyanins. Pressurized fluids have been used to extract phytochemicals from different by-products. Such phytochemicals can be used in edible food coatings to...
Molecules of anthocyanins and quinones possess distinctive electrophilic character, which is demonstrated by their facile reactions with nucleophiles such as sulfite, thiols, amines and water. In food systems, one of their likely targets would be nucleophilic centers in the side chains of amino...