Bowden, R.P. and Isaccs, A.R. (1989) Concentration of pineapple juice by reverse osmosis. In: The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology. Convention Papers, 30th April to 5th May, Perth W.A, 30th April to 5th May 1989, Perth W.A..
Queensland pineapple production for the year ending 31 March, 1986, was 142000 t (ABS 1988). Pineapple juice provides the major processing outlet, accounting for about 70% of the State's fruit juice output. Most juice is concentrated by vacuum evaportion to reduce storage and transport costs. In recent years, reverse osmosis (R.O.) has found increasing application for concentrating food liquids, particularly dairy products (Schmidt, 1987). Advantages include lower energy consumption and better product quality retention.
There have been a number of publications on fruit juice concentration by R.O. These have included apple juice (Sheu and Wiley 1984; Chua et al 1987; Paulson 1985), orange juice (Papanicolaou et al 1984), mandarin juice (Fukutani and Ogawa 1983, tomato juice (Robe 1983; Watanabe 1982; Gheradi et al 1986), grapefruit and lemon juices (Braddock et al 1988). However, information on pineapple juice concentration by R.O. is lacking. The aim of this research was to measure the effects of juice pre-treatment, operating temperature, membrane type, flow rate, pressure and degree of concentration on pineapple juice R.O.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
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|Keywords:||Pineapple juice; juice concentration; clarification; fruit juice; reverse osmosis.|
|Subjects:||Plant culture > Fruit and fruit culture > Culture of individual fruits or types of fruit > Pineapple|
Plant culture > Harvesting, curing, storage
|Deposited On:||10 Jan 2008|
|Last Modified:||15 Mar 2011 06:18|
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