E3S Web Conf.
Volume 320, 2021Energy Systems Environmental Impacts (ESEI 2021)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Hydroelectric and Energy Machines Impact on Ecosystem|
|Published online||09 November 2021|
Technology of Natural Biocorrectors from Seafood Processing Waste
Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University, Engineering Disciplines Department, 52 B Lugovaya Str., Vladivostok 690087, Russia
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Biocorrectors are dry concentrates from natural raw sources with high nutritional value due to the high content of important chemical components of food, including essential, minor, and biologically active nutrients. The raw material for the production of natural biocorrectors can be waste from cutting the fish and animal products. It is promising to use the skin of an octopus, the weight of which during cutting is up to 37% of the weight of raw materials, Pacific herring milt, which is formed during cutting in an amount of up to 12.4% of the weight of raw materials, and bivalve mantle mollusk of Primorsky scallop, accounting for about 10% of its mass. The goal of the research is to obtain dry food concentrates from seafood waste that exhibit functional properties. To preserve and form the specific properties of finished products, namely high biological value, digestibility, organoleptic indicators of concentrates, low-processing temperatures (cryotechnology) were used, which maximally preserved the composition, structure and other natural properties of raw materials. The dry seafood concentrates obtained by cryogenic technology exhibit high functionality and can be used as biocorrectors of food in order to impart high nutritional and biological value to it due to the balance of microand macronutrients.
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