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Value Added Products from Apple Pomace [PDF]

BY: Dr. R. R.Sharma | Category: Applications | Submitted: 2017-08-02 12:16:12
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Article Summary: "Apple pomace is a waste generated by apple juice processing industries, where it acts as a major source of water and air pollution. In India, it merely goes waste. Technologies have been standardized for its effective utilization for the development of several value added products like jam and jelly, pectin, ethanol, citric acid.."


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Value Added Products from Apple Pomace
Authors: R.R. Sharma
Division of Food Science and Postharvest Technology
Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi-110 012


Apple pomace is a major global waste product generated primarily during apple juice processing and represents up to 30% of the original fruit. This solid residue consists of a complex mixture of peel, core, seed, calyx, stem, and soft tissues. In India, about 5,000 tonnes of apple pomace is produced annually from different apple processing industries, and usually dumped outside the factories, wherein it ferments and causes air pollution.







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Working on production and postharvest management of fruits and vegetables for the last 32 years. I have published more that 130 research articles in journals of international repute. Authored 12 books, 250 popular articles and received several awards and honours of ICAR and Govt. of India

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