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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 4)
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Producing High Quality Edible Oil by using Eco-Friendly Technology: A Review

Noor A. Febrianto and Tajul A. Yang
Corresponding Author:  Tajul Aris Yang  

Key words:  Adsorptive, aqueous extraction, cold pressing, environmental friendly, enzymatic, ultrasound,
Vol. 3 , (4): 317-326
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2011 July, 07 2011 August, 08 2011 August, 31

Development of health and environmental issues specifically related to the use of chemical ingredients in foods both in producing processes and as a preservative agent has encouraged the emergence of non-chemically processed products on the market. This condition is predicted to continue increasing with high market response. This review will discuss some developments, surrounding the edible oil extraction and purification technology, including some alternative to substitute conventional solvent extraction in order to produce a chemically free edible oil product. Enzymatic and ultrasound assisted/pre-treatment in aqueous, cold pressing and supercritical fluid extraction will be highlighted, as well as adsorptive refining and other processes as an alternative for purification technology.
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Noor A. Febrianto and Tajul A. Yang, 2011. Producing High Quality Edible Oil by using Eco-Friendly Technology: A Review.  Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, 3(4): 317-326.
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