Stability of spray-dried encapsulated carotenoid pigments from rosa mosqueta (Rosa rubiginosa) oleoresin

Robert, P; Carlsson, RM; Romero, N; Masson L.

Abstract

Oleoresin of rosa mosqueta (Rosa rubiginosa) was encapsulated with starch or gelatin by spray-drying. Stability of the powders was studied at 25, 40, and 55°C in the dark. Degradation of trans-rubixanthin, trans-lycopene, and trans-?-carotene followed a pseudo-first-order kinetic model for both encapsulating agents. The gelatin matrix provided a greater protective effect over the main carotenoid pigments, as shown by the lower degradation rate constants and the longer half-life values at 21 °C. In contrast, the carotenoid pigments showed the same degradation rate in starch, but trans-?-carotene was more stable in gelatin. The kinetic compensation effect obtained according to the calculated thermodynamic parameters suggests that the carotenoids are degraded by the same mechanism.

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Título según WOS: Stability of spray-dried encapsulated carotenoid pigments from rosa mosqueta (Rosa rubiginosa) oleoresin
Título según SCOPUS: Stability of Spray-Dried Encapsulated Carotenoid Pigments from Rosa Mosqueta (Rosa rubiginosa) Oleoresin
Título de la Revista: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS SOCIETY
Volumen: 80
Número: 11
Editorial: Springer
Fecha de publicación: 2003
Página de inicio: 1115
Página final: 1120
Idioma: English
URL: http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s11746-003-0828-4
DOI:

10.1007/s11746-003-0828-4

Notas: ISI, SCOPUS