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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Time-intensity profile and internal preference mapping of strawberry jam|
De Melo, LLMM
Da Silva, VS
|Abstract:||Time - intensity analysis was applied for sweet and sour tastes and strawberry flavor of six commercial brands of strawberry jam. For this test, 11 subjects, between 25 and 35 years old, were selected from an initial 12-member group. An affective test, with 117 consumers was also carried out and the results were analyzed by internal preference mapping. The least accepted samples were the ones with the lowest sweetness intensity, indicating that jam consumers prefer sweeter products. Also, one of them presented a higher sourness intensity, which may have had a negative influence on its acceptance. It is important to point out the fact that those least accepted samples were the low-calorie products. The internal preference mapping and cluster analysis showed two consumer clusters. The first one was a higher concentration of consumers toward traditional samples, and the second one showed a lower concentration of consumers in the direction of one of the low-calorie samples.|
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