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Studies on Fortification of Solar Dried Fruit bars - G. Sarojini, V. Veena, M. Ramakrishna Rao (January 2009).pdf

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Fortified Mango bars

The fruit bars, specially Mango bars, are processed in the novel and unique Solar Cabinet Dryer designed and developed by the Society for Energy and the Environment & Development, have become very popular in India. The technology developed in processing the recipe of the bars is studied in its Physico-Chemical properties, Nutritional facts and Organoleptic properties. To further improve the nutritional values Mango bar and Guava bars, they are fortified with proteins of whey, soya and peas, Beta-carotene with carrot blending, ascorbic acid (Vitamin-C) and calcium compounds. -text from the paper

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G. Sarojini
V. Veena
M. Ramakrishna Rao

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current21:29, March 24, 2009 (350 KB)Ben Hedrick (Talk | contribs)This paper was presented at the International Solar Food Processing Conference 2009.

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