Foods, Volume 9, Issue 7 (July 2020) – 125 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): In recent years, the great quantities of residues from the processing of fruit and vegetables are burden for governments worldwide. Therefore, the interest in the reuse of food by-products such as peels, seeds, pomace, etc. has increased significantly. They are sources of bioactive compounds (fibers, phenolic compounds, vitamins, minerals, etc.) and could be good candidates for the production of sustainable packaging. Various researchers have focused their attention on the enhancement and reuse of these by-products. Therefore, this review collects the most recent research dealing with the potential application of fruit and vegetable by-products, with an emphasis on the role that by-product extracts can play in food packaging materials. View this paper
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