Charis M. Galanakis
The document titled “Valorization of Fruit Processing By-products” (PDF) discusses the most current developments that have taken place in the field of fruit processing by-products while adhering to sustainability principles. Because there is an immediate need for sustainability in the food sector, there needs to be study done to investigate the management of by-products from a different perspective; for example, by adopting choices that are more profitable. This booklet discusses the most recent advancements that have been made in this particular area. It promotes success stories and solutions that ensure the sustainable management of various fruit processing by-products (specifically apples, avocados, apricots, citrus fruits, dates, Castanea sativa, melons, passion fruits, mangoes, pink guavas, pomegranates, pineapples, and watermelons), with an emphasis on the recovery of antioxidants, polyphenols, and dietary fiber.
This book, which was authored by a group of professionals with expertise in food processing and chemistry, engineering, and food waste, is the ultimate guide for all of the interested partners, professionals, engineers, and producers who are engaged in the sector.
- Describes the process of adding value to the byproducts that are produced from a variety of fruits
- examines several fruit processing methods, as well as the difficulties of scaling up production and the economic evaluation of each fruit processing by-product source.
- Contains a variety of fruits, some of which are listed below: apple, avocado, apricot, citrus, date, Castanea sativa, melon, passion fruit, mango, pink guava, pomegranate, pineapple, and watermelon.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE That the only thing included in this transaction is the PDF version of the ebook “Valorization of Fruit Processing Byproducts.” The deal does not include any extra resources of any kind.