Olive Mill Waste Biophenols

Author: Hassan Kamal Obied
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"Olive mill waste (OMW) is the by-product of processing olive fruits to produce virgin olive oil.

Advances In Molecular Toxicology

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Olive Oil And Health

Author: Joules L. Quiles
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Olives And Olive Oil In Health And Disease Prevention

Author: Victor R. Preedy
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Olive phenols with biological activity (also called 'biophenols') are sold in several
formulations, in liquid form or in powder. ○ In the industrial process, olive
biophenols are extracted from different olive-based starting materials, including
olives, olive pulps, olive oil, olive oil mill wastewaters, and finally, olive leaves. ○
Composition of the commercial formulates are extremely variable in relation to
the olive-based starting materials and the extraction techniques. ○ Olive '
biophenols' can ...

Novel Technologies In Food Science

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2002). OMWW biophenols either may naturally occur in the fruits ending up in the
waste or may be generated via conversion of precursor substances during oil
processing. The reported biological activities of major biophenols detected in
OMWW are shown in Table 4.4 (Obied et al. 2005). Different methods have been
proposed for the recovery of phenols from OMWW based on the chemical and
physical properties of the phenols. These processes require removal of the solids
from the ...

Advanced Oil Crop Biorefineries

Author: Abbas Kazmi
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oil. The recently discovered problems concerning the detection of PAHs (
polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) in this oil as a result of drying the alperujo
before oil chemical extraction has obliged manufacturers to perform a further
purification step, ... Extraction of Valuable Products Alperujo is a potentially rich
source of a great range of phenols with a wide array of biological activities. Olive
mill waste is rich in polyphenols and typically contains 98% of the total phenols in
the olive fruit.

Recent Advances In Polyphenol Research

Author: Veronique Cheynier
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Phytochemicals Signal Transduction And Neurological Disorders

Author: Akhlaq A. Farooqui
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Separation Extraction And Concentration Processes In The Food Beverage And Nutraceutical Industries

Author: Syed S. H. Rizvi
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