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THE EFFECT OF CARRIER TYPE AND ANTIOXIDANT ON STABILITY OF Β-CAROTENE MICROENCAPSULATED BY SPRAY DRYING
 
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WULS-SGGW, Institute of Food Sciences
Data publikacji: 28-10-2021
 
2020;(602):13–24
 
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The aim of the study was to determine influence of the type of microcapsule wall material and addition of selected antioxidants on retention of β-carotene microencapsulated by spray drying. Dye as an oil solution was microencapsulated. Rosemary or butylhydroxyanisole (BHA) extract was added to the dye solutions. The cell materials were gum arabic and mixtures of gum arabic and maltodextrin. It was found that the total content of β-carotene, regardless of the type of carrier used, decreased during storage (form initial ranged 228.2–243.5 mg · 100 g –1 to 170.3–183.7 mg · 100 g –1 after 60 days of storage). The type of carrier had a significant effect on stability of microencapsulated β-carotene. The highest dye retention at the time of drying was observed for gum arabic and maltodextrin sample (1:1), while gum arabic and maltodextrin sample (2:1) was more stable during storage. Use of natural antioxidant – rosemary extracts increased stability of the dye on the surface of the microcapsules to a greater extent than use of samples containing BHA. The decrease in β-carotene content on the surface for rosemary extracts ranged between 15–35% whereas for BHA between 38–48%.
 
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