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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 5, Issue 2 (2017)
Effect of various recipes on chemical characteristics of mixed Fruit Jam


Author(s): NR Rangare, PK Jain and Bharat Kumar

Abstract: The present investigation was carried out at the Post Harvest laboratory of the Department of Horticulture, College of Agriculture, JNKVV Jabalpur (M.P) during the year 2014-15. Among the twelve treatments three level of pulp 125, 166, 250gm of each fruit (Banana, Apple, Mango, Papaya) and 500ml of extract wood apple pectin mixed with the 1 kg of sugar were used for preparation of the Jam. The qualitative parameters were significantly influenced by the various treatments TSS, pH, acidity, and ascorbic acid. All the samples were significantly different at storage. TSS the higher rating with T7 i.e., (74.52 0brix) whereas minimum with T6 (68.87 0brix), pH the higher rating with T8 i.e., (4.797) whereas minimum with T12 (3.710), Acidity the higher rating with T12 i.e., (0.549%) whereas minimum with T8 (0.564%) and Ascorbic acid the higher rating with T12 i.e., (74.52mg/ 100g) whereas minimum with T6 (68.87mg/ 100g) during evaluation.

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NR Rangare, PK Jain, Bharat Kumar. Effect of various recipes on chemical characteristics of mixed Fruit Jam. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(2):450-454.
International Journal of Chemical Studies