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New cyclohexenes study findings have been published by N.M. Sachindra and colleagues
September 16th, 2010
According to a study from Mysore, India, "The stability of carotenoids recovered from shrimp waste using organic solvents and vegetable oils as affected by antioxidants and pigment carriers was evaluated during storage under different conditions. Solvent extracted carotenoid incorporated into alginate and starch as carriers was stored in metallised polyester and polypropylene pouches."
"Oil extracted carotenoids were stored in transparent and amber bottles. Also the use of recovered pigments as colorants in fish sausage was evaluated. Antioxidants, packaging material and storage period had a significant effect (p <= 0.001) on the reduction of carotenoid content, while type...
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Source: Food and Farm Week (2010-09-16)