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Type: Artigo
Title: Development And Sensory Evaluation Of Products Containing The Brazilian Savannah Fruits Araticum (annona Crassiflora Mart.) And Cagaita (eugenia Dysenterica Mart.)
Title Alternative: Desenvolvimento E Avaliação Sensorial De Produtos Com Frutos Do Cerrado Brasileiro Araticum (annona Crassiflora Mart.) E Cagaita (eugenia Dysenterica Mart.)
Author: Arruda
Henrique Silvano; Botrel
Diego Alvarenga; Fernandes
Regiane Victória de Barros; Ferreira de Almeida
Martha Elisa
Abstract: The objective of this study was to use the pulp of the Brazilian Savannah fruits araticum and cagaita to develop new products, and to evaluate their sensory acceptance by children from 7 to 9 years of age. The products developed were: three milk caramel formulations: DP (standard), DA (araticum pulp) and DB (araticum pulp and grated coconut); three cagaita refresher formulations: RP (cagaita pulp), RA (cagaita pulp and orange juice) and RB (cagaita pulp and carrot juice); and a cagaita jam formulation. It was found that the three formulations of milk caramels were equally accepted (p>0.05), whereas the RA refresher was more accepted (p<0.05) than the others (RP and RB). In addition, the cagaita jam received high sensory acceptance scores. All the products developed were well accepted since their acceptability indexes were greater than 70%. There was no influence (p>0.05) of gender on the sensory acceptability of the products evaluated. It was concluded that the products developed showed good acceptability from a sensory point of view, which suggests high market potential.
Subject: Annona Crassiflora
Eugenia Dysenterica
Milk Caramels
Annona Crassiflora
Eugenia Dysenterica
Doce De Leite
Editor: Instituto de Tecnologia de Alimentos - ITAL
Citation: Brazilian Journal Of Food Technology . Instituto De Tecnologia De Alimentos - Ital, v. 19, p.
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2016
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