Six formulations of salame Milan0 and mortadella were produced, one without antioxidants, two with sodium ascorbate (0~0.5-0~1 and 0.2%), one with catechin, one with phytic acid, and one with sesamol. The products were studied for oxidation levels (peroxide value, TBARS, cholesterol oxides) and co/our stability. The evaluation of the latter took place in conditions simulating commercial types of packaging (vacuum and modified atmosphere) and display. A significant difference emerged in colour stability. With the exception of salame Milan0 packed under modified atmosphere, in all cases salame and mortadella produced without Na ascorbate had significantly lower colour stability. Both in salame and mortadella, peroxide values and TBARS determination gave indications of a possible pro-oxidant effect of ascorbate 0.2% compared with an effective antioxidant activity of the other compounds tested. Cholesterol oxidation in salame appeared to be inhibited by sesamol and ascorbate while catechin was much less effective. In mortadella the prooxidant effect of Na ascorbate was conjirmed. All lipid oxidation parameters, though, showed low oxidation values so that no quality nor health deficiencies could be envisaged with any of the formulations adopted. Lower colour stability scores, though, would create commercialproblems.

Comparative evaluation of some antioxidants in salame Milano and mortadella production / Ghiretti, G. P.; Zanardi, Emanuela; Novelli, E.; Campanini, Giorgio; Dazzi, Gabriella; Madarena, Giuliana; Chizzolini, Roberto. - In: MEAT SCIENCE. - ISSN 0309-1740. - 47:(1997), pp. 167-176.

Comparative evaluation of some antioxidants in salame Milano and mortadella production

ZANARDI, Emanuela;CAMPANINI, Giorgio;DAZZI, Gabriella;MADARENA, Giuliana;CHIZZOLINI, Roberto
1997

Abstract

Six formulations of salame Milan0 and mortadella were produced, one without antioxidants, two with sodium ascorbate (0~0.5-0~1 and 0.2%), one with catechin, one with phytic acid, and one with sesamol. The products were studied for oxidation levels (peroxide value, TBARS, cholesterol oxides) and co/our stability. The evaluation of the latter took place in conditions simulating commercial types of packaging (vacuum and modified atmosphere) and display. A significant difference emerged in colour stability. With the exception of salame Milan0 packed under modified atmosphere, in all cases salame and mortadella produced without Na ascorbate had significantly lower colour stability. Both in salame and mortadella, peroxide values and TBARS determination gave indications of a possible pro-oxidant effect of ascorbate 0.2% compared with an effective antioxidant activity of the other compounds tested. Cholesterol oxidation in salame appeared to be inhibited by sesamol and ascorbate while catechin was much less effective. In mortadella the prooxidant effect of Na ascorbate was conjirmed. All lipid oxidation parameters, though, showed low oxidation values so that no quality nor health deficiencies could be envisaged with any of the formulations adopted. Lower colour stability scores, though, would create commercialproblems.
Comparative evaluation of some antioxidants in salame Milano and mortadella production / Ghiretti, G. P.; Zanardi, Emanuela; Novelli, E.; Campanini, Giorgio; Dazzi, Gabriella; Madarena, Giuliana; Chizzolini, Roberto. - In: MEAT SCIENCE. - ISSN 0309-1740. - 47:(1997), pp. 167-176.
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