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Février 2020
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Vous trouverez dans cette nouvelle lettre de veille EXTRACTSde nombreux articles autour de l’éco-extraction. Extractis va continuer dans les mois qui viennent à enrichir sa lettre avec des articles mettant en avant également d’autres technologies d’extraction et de purification avec l’introduction de nouveaux mots-clés.

En attendant, bonne lecture !

Dr Hélène DUCATEL, Directrice de l’Innovation

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You will find in this new EXTRACTS watchletter many articles around ecoextraction. Extractis will continue in the coming months to enrich its letter with articles also highlighting other extraction and purification technologies with the introduction of new keywords.

We wish you a pleasant reading!

Dr Hélène DUCATEL, Chief Innovations Officer

 

1- ACTUALITES ET ACTEURS – NEWS & STAKEHOLDERS
Nactis Flavours, AromataGroup et IPAM s’associent pour former un seul groupe

L’année 2020 commence fort dans le secteur des arômes ! Nactis et deux sociétés italiennes AromataGroup et IPAM se regroupent dans une nouvelle holding dénommée « Nactarome ». Les trois sociétés deviennent filiales à 100 %. Nactarome est détenue majoritairement par le fonds d’investissement Ambienta, aux côtés des fondateurs et managers des diverses entités.
Naturex eyes LATAM for turmeric extract after US GRAS self-affirmation

After collecting the GRAS recognition in the US for its Turmipure Gold product, botanicals name, Naturex, sets its sights on launching the turmeric-based offering in Latin America.
Cognitive performance claim of Memophenol gets regulatory nod

Ingredient by Activ’Inside has gained health claim recognition in South Korea. The effect of Memophenol on memory has been recognised with an authorised health claim by the South Korean Ministry of Food & Drug Safety (MFDS), formerly known as KFDA.
FINANCE : Abyss a levé des fonds

Le spécialiste des ingrédients bioactifs marins, ABYSS INGREDIENTS basée à Caudan (56) et Quimper (29), a effectué une première levée de fonds. D’un montant de 1,5 million d’euros, elle a été souscrite par Go Capital et Mer Invest (Banque Populaire Grand Ouest).
Area Hauts-de-France – Les Marchés

Le 17 décembre, les associations Agro-Sphères et le Pôle des industries alimentaires (PIA) ont fusionné à l’issue de leurs assemblées générales pour devenir l’Association régionale des entreprises alimentaires (Area) Hauts-de-France. Nathalie Delannoy, chargée de missions au PIA, rejoindra l’équipe Agro-Sphères composée de quatre personnes, dont la direction est assurée par Philippe Hincelin. À l’issue de l’assemblée générale, Claudine Lucien est présidente de l’organisation, Olivier Hermand…
La liste des start-up qui composent le French Tech 120 a été dévoilée

Après le Next40, le gouvernement a dévoilé 83 nouveaux noms de start-up qui vont intégrer l’indice French Tech 120.

Alginates : Algaia lance une nouvelle gamme de produits

Le spécialiste des bio-ingrédients d’origine marine Algaia va lancer au CFIA de Rennes (du 10 au 12 mars 2020) une nouvelle gamme d’alginates. Ils ont été sélectionnés pour leur qualité texturante dans les produits alimentaires végétariens ou flexitariens. Avec la …
Pôles de compétitivité : grand flou sur le nouveau mode de financement

Le transfert des budgets de fonctionnement des pôles de compétitivité a été acté le 18 décembre dernier par le ministre de l’Économie Bruno Lemaire. La (…)
AgTech & recherche: naissance de l’Inrae et de l’Institut Agro

Depuis 1999, 137 startups innovantes ont été créées autour de l’Inrae qui accueille quelque 2 000 doctorants dont 40% sont de nationalité étrangère.
L’Institut Agro, nouvel établissement national d’enseignement supérieur pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement
L’Institut Agro, nouvel établissement national d’enseignement supérieur pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement a été créé le 1er janvier 2020.
Bilan des opérations 2019

En 2019, RIA News a recensé une quarantaine d’opérations interentreprises notables dans l’agroalimentaire français. Elles cumulent près de 3,6 milliards d’euros de chiffres d’affaires, soit un milliard de plus que l’année précédente. Toutefois, cette hausse peu…
Fermentalg obtient le statut ‘ Self GRAS ‘ pour sa protéine algale ouvrant la voie à sa commercialisation
Fermentalg (Euronext – FALG), acteur majeur français des micro algues, annonce une nouvelle avancée dans le cadre de son programme de protéine algale. KALVEA®, la protéine sans OGM issue des micro-algues développée par Fermentalg, a en effet obtenu le statut Self GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) délivré par un panel d’experts américains. Ce statut permet la commercialisation de cette nouvelle génération de protéines alternatives aux Etats-Unis.
Ingénierie: Le Français IPSB rejoint le Canadien Laporte

La société IPSB (Ingénierie de Procédés pour les sucres et les biotechnologies) a annoncé le 4 septembre son rapprochement avec le groupe canadien Laporte & Associés, expert dans la conception d’unités pour le secteur agroalimentaire et pharmaceutique.
2- TECHNOLOGIES D’EXTRACTION ET DE PURIFICATION – EXTRACTION & PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES
PROCESSES AND APPARATUS FOR EXTRACTION OF SUBSTANCES AND ENRICHED EXTRACTS FROM PLANT MATERIAL
La présente invention concerne des procédés évolutifs permettant d’extraire, de raffiner et de fractionner des extraits de produits naturels, tels que des matières végétales et de fournir des extraits raffinés bien contrôlés.
Methods to Reduce Chlorophyll Co-Extraction Through Extraction of Select Essential Oils and Aromatic Isolates
A system, machine, and methods for selectively extracting chemicals from plant material without co-extracting chlorophyll, lipids and other undesirable constituents from plants, is described here. Extraction uses super-cooled solvents, such as 100% ethanol. The system and method provides plant extracts that are enriched in active compounds, and depleted in chlorophyll.
Isolation of pure cannabinoids from Cannabis
Delta9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta9-THC or THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) are major constituents of the Cannabis plant that have pharmacological properties with potential therapeutic value. This invention is directed to processes for large scale isolation of these two and other cannabinoids from the Cannabis sativa plant. This is accomplished through the discovery that protected amino acid esters of the cannabinoids are easier to separate using normal phase silica column chromatography…
METHOD FOR PRODUCING PLANT EXTRACT THAT CONTAINS CHLOROPHYLL
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a method for producing a chlorophyll-containing plant extract that imparts a refreshing cooling sensation and can be used as a raw material for a beverage to be packaged in a transparent container. Provided is a method for producing a plant extract that contains chlorophyll, the method comprising: a grinding step for grinding a plant body containing chlorophyll so as to obtain a powder of the plant body; a suspension step for suspending…
Optimization of Catechin and Proanthocyanidin Recovery from Grape Seeds Using Microwave-Assisted Extraction.
Grape seed extract (GSE) is a rich source of condensed flavonoid tannins, also called proanthocyanidins (PACs). The high molecular weight of polymeric PAC limits their biological activity due to poor bioavailability. The present study was undertaken to explore the potential applicability of microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) to convert GSE-PAC into monomeric catechins. A central composite design (CCD) was used to optimize the processing conditions for the MAE. The maximum total yield…
Heat assisted extraction of phenolic compounds from Eleutherine bulbosa (Mill.) bulb and its bioactive profiles using response surface methodology
Eleutherine bulbosa Mill. bulb or Dayak onion was reported to have various health benefits. However, the study of the phenolic content and antioxidant activity of this plant is scarce. This work was aimed to optimise the extraction of phenolic compounds from E. bulbosa bulb using response surface methodology (RSM). The antioxidant activities of the extracts were then analysed. Central Composite Design (CCD) was employed with four factors at five coded levels. The extraction parameters …
Impact of different extraction solvents and techniques on the biological activities of Cirsium yildizianum (Asteraceae: Cynareae)
Several Cirsium species have been used in folk medicine for the management of human ailments. However, there is a paucity of scientific data regarding their biological activity as in the case of the new species, C. yildizianum, from Anatolia, Turkey. The present study endeavours for the first time to appraise the antioxidant and enzyme inhibitory activity of C. yildizianum. The phytochemical profiles of C. yildizianum extracts obtained using homogeniser-assisted extraction (HAE), ultrasound…
Preliminary design of a phenols purification plant
BACKGROUND: Phenols are compounds found in agricultural by-products, with high antioxidant activity and positive impact on human health. As a result, their isolation and purification is of interest for the production of cosmetics, nutritional and pharmaceutical supplements. A preliminary design for a plant with a treatment capacity of 1.1 m3 h-1 of liquid by-products or extracts is presented herein, based on experiments carried out with three materials rich in phenolic compounds…
Benign recovery of carotenoids from Physalis alkekengi L.var. francheti through supercritical CO2 extraction: Yield, antioxidant activity and economic evaluation
Benign recovery of carotenoids has been carried out on the calyx of Physalis alkekengi var. francheti by means of supercritical CO2 (SCCO2) extraction. The influences of extraction pressure, temperature and particle size on the time-dependent carotenoids yield are fully investigated and kinetically analyzed by using the hot-sphere model. The highest carotenoids yield recovered in 200 min is 15.96 mg/g raw sample, indicating that the calyx may be of great interest as valuable raw resources…
Establishment of green analytical method for ultrasound-assisted extraction of azadirachtin, mevalonic acid and squalene from cell suspension culture of Azadirachta indica using response surface methodology
Azadirachta indica is used as a medicinal plant and its biological activity have been studied, but the extraction of its secondary metabolites was not clearly optimized. In this study, response surface methodology was applied for optimization of extraction of azadirachtin, mevalonic acid and squalene from cell suspension culture of A. indica. The Box-Behnken Design was used for the optimization of factors. The azadirachtin, mevalonic acid, and squalene were recognized by HPLC-DAD. Results…
Recent developments in supercritical fluid extraction of bioactive compounds from microalgae: Role of key parameters, technological achievements and challenges
Microalgae are a rich source of natural bioactive compounds, e.g. astaxanthin, B-carotene, lutein, and fatty acids (FAs), that are currently in high demand in the market. Conventional extraction methods often produce adverse effects on some of these compounds. Replacing conventional extraction methods with more efficient advanced green technologies that offer greater extracts purity and low environmental impact is therefore a challenging and sought-for target. This review is a comprehensive…
Comparison of oil extraction between screw press and solvent (n-hexane) extraction technique from beauty leaf (Calophyllum inophyllum L.) feedstock
An experimental investigation was conducted to evaluate the effects of the processing of the raw materials, such as preparation and extraction, grating (whole and grated), drying and moisture conditioning of the seed kernels on the yield of oil extraction. Both mechanical and chemical methods were used to extract oil from the beauty leaf (BL) seed kernel using a screw press expeller and n-hexane as an oil solvent, respectively. Both whole kernel (WK) and grated kernel (GK) were used in screw…
Extraction of phycocyanin-A natural blue colorant from dried spirulina biomass: Influence of processing parameters and extraction techniques.
Li Ying, Zhang Zhong, Paciulli Maria, Abbaspourrad Alireza Phycocyanin, a natural blue colorant, is typically extracted from liquid biomass of Arthrospira platensis, a blue-green algae called spirulina. In this study, we developed a scalable process to extract phycocyanin from dried spirulina biomass. First, we established the optimal ionic strength and pH for the extraction buffer. The results showed that a minimum ionic strength (>5 g/L NaCl) must be maintained to minimize the co-extraction of
Green Extraction Methods for Active Compounds from Food Waste-Cocoa Bean Shell.
This is the first report on the extraction of cocoa bean shell (CBS) using deep eutectic solvents (DESs). Screening results with 16 different choline chloride-based DESs showed how choline chloride:oxalic acid DES was the most suitable solvent for the extraction of the bioactive compounds from CBS and that concentrations varied greatly depending on the used solvent. The DES extraction was compared to the DESs coupled with microwave extraction (MAE), and the yields of the extracted compounds…
ENZYMATIC DEGUMMING OF UNREFINED TRIGLYCERIDE OIL
This enzymatic degumming process is extremely effective in removing phospholipids, including non-hydratable phospholipids (NHP), from crude and other unrefined vegetable oils.
Effect of high hydrostatic pressure extraction on biological activities of stinging nettle extracts
Stinging nettle is traditionally used as a therapeutic herb. In the present work, the biological properties and toxicity of novel nettle leaf extracts obtained by high pressure assisted extraction (HPE) were studied and compared with similar extracts obtained with the same solvent under atmospheric pressure conditions. The studied extracts were obtained at pressure levels of 200 and 500 MPa, approx.10 min, 0 to 70% ethanol:water (v/v). Each extract was characterized for…
Benefits of the ipowder® extraction process applied to Melissa officinalis L.: improvement of antioxidant activity and in vitro gastro-intestinal release profile of rosmarinic acid
The objective of this study was to evaluate the benefits of a new extraction process, the ipowder® technology, applied to Melissa officinalis L. Compared to M. officinalis ground dry leaves, the ipowder® had a similar phytochemical fingerprint but contained twice the concentration of rosmarinic acid (by HPTLC and HPLC) and had a two-fold greater antioxidant activity (DPPH* method). In vitro digestion experiments (TIM-1 model) showed better availability of rosmarinic acid for intestinal…
Current application of electrical pre-treatment for enhanced microalgal biomolecules extraction.
Pretreatment of microalgal biomass possessing rigid cell wall is a critical step for enhancing the efficiency of microalgal biorefinery. However, the conventional pretreatment processes suffer the drawbacks of complex processing steps, long processing time, low conversion efficiency and high processing costs. This significantly hinders the industrial applicability of microalgal biorefinery. The innovative electricity-aid pretreatment techniques serve as a promising processing tool to…
BIOAVAILABLE CURCUMIN NANOPARTICLES AND METHODS OF MAKING
L’invention concerne la formation de nanoparticules de curcumine à faible cristallinité par l’intermédiaire d’une imprégnation régulée au dioxyde de carbone supercritique (SC-CO2) de curcumine dans des aérogels d’amidon nanoporeux biodégradables et des procédés de préparation de ces aérogels. Les aérogels d’amidon nanoporeux augmentent l’hydrosolubilité et la biodisponibilité de la curcumine, ce qui permet de les rendre disponibles pour la préparation d’aliments à valeur nutraceutique élevée.
Is dehulling of peas and faba beans necessary prior to dry fractionation for the production of protein- and starch-rich fractions? Impact on physical properties, chemical composition and techno-functional properties
Highlights • Protein-rich fractions were obtained by dry fractionation of peas and faba beans. • Dehulling had no significant impact on protein-enrichment in the fine fractions. • Dehulling increased the starch-enrichment in the coarse fractions. • Dehulling reduced the total non-starch polysaccharides in the coarse fractions. • Dehulling didn’t significantly affect the techno-functional properties of fractions…
Optimization of Ultrasound-Assisted Extraction Condition for Phenolic Compounds, Antioxidant Activity, and Epigallocatechin Gallate in Lipid-Extracted Microalgae
Lipid-extracted microalgae (LEM, Tetraselmis KCTC 12236BP), a solid waste by-product obtained from algal biodiesel production, is typically considered a rich source of antioxidant compounds, including phenolic compounds. The purpose of this study was to apply a statistically-based methodology to enhance the extraction of total phenolic compounds (TPCs) and antioxidant activity (AA) from LEM and to verify the production of epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a bioactive material, under optimum…
Replacing hexane by ethanol for soybean oil extraction: Modeling, simulation, and techno-economic-environmental analysis
During the transition to a low carbon economy, techno-economic-environmental analyses of industrial processes will have increasing relevance. Within this context, the replacement of hexane by ethanol (either hydrous or anhydrous) as solvent for soybean oil extraction is assessed. Sugarcane bagasse was the fuel for cogeneration of energy. All processes were implemented and simulated in EMSO, Environment for Modeling, Simulation and Optimization, which is an equation-oriented process simulator…
FRACTIONATION OF BIOMASS-BASED MATERIAL
A process is disclosed for fractionating biomass-based material. The process includes evaporating an evaporable part of biomass-based material in a short path evaporator, SPE, to produce a depitched lights fraction in liquid form, and a heavier pitch fraction. The depitched lights fraction may contain depitched tall oil in liquid form, and the heavier pitch fraction may contain tall oil pitch.
Process for Extraction of Protein from Plant or Algal Matter
A method for separating protein from plant or algae material is disclosed. The method comprises mixing the protein-containing material with a solvent, preferably water; extracting the protein-containing material at pH>7; and acidifying the mixture, thereby precipitating protein and fiber together. In some embodiments of the invention, the separation additionally comprises decanting the mixture to recover a protein/fiber solid; adding water to the protein/fiber solid; adding a predetermined…
METHOD FOR EXTRACTING AND ISOLATING LUTEIN CRYSTAL FROM VEGETABLE OIL RESIN CONTAINING LUTEIN DIESTER
The present invention provides a method for extracting and isolating a lutein crystal from a vegetable oil resin containing a lutein diester, comprising the following steps: a) dissolving lipase into deionized water to form an enzyme solution; b) dissolving a lutein extract into an alcohol solvent containing the deionized water to form a uniform alcohol solution; c) adding the enzyme solution to the alcohol solution for performing hydrolysis, and stirring same to obtain a lutein solution; d)…
Purification of fucoxanthin from Sargassum wightii Greville and understanding the inhibition of angiotensin 1-converting enzyme: An in vitro and in silico studies.
The isolation and purification of active components from the brown algae S. wightii is highly limited. In the present study, fucoxanthin was purified from S. wightii using simple methods. Ethyl acetate fraction obtained by Soxhlet extraction contained high concentration of fucoxanthin. Fucoxanthin-rich fraction was further subjected to open silica column chromatography and thin layer chromatography to obtain purified fucoxanthin. Purified fucoxanthin showed in vitro antioxidant activity…
A novel subcritical fucoxanthin extraction with a biorefinery approach
Eco-friendly, cost efficient and effective extraction methods have become significant for the industries applying zero waste principles. The two main objectives of this study were; to examine fucoxanthin extraction from wet Phaeodactylum tricornutum using subcritical fluid extraction and to characterize the residual biomass in order to determine the potential application areas. The highest fucoxanthin yield of 0.69 ± 0.05 mg/g wet cell weight was achieved using methanol with solvent-to-solid…
Effect of cell disruption methods on the extraction of bioactive metabolites from microalgal biomass
Microalgae synthesize a variety of potentially high-value compounds. Due to their robust cell wall, cell disruption is necessary to improve extraction of these compounds. While cell disruption methods have been optimized for lipid and protein extraction, there are limited studies for other bioactive compounds. The present study investigated the effect of freeze-drying combined with sonication or ball-milling on the extraction of antioxidant and plant biostimulating compounds from Chlorella…
Screw-pressed fractions from green forages as animal feed: Chemical composition and mass balances
Highlights • Protein from grass and legumes was extracted and precipitated. • The protein was comparable to soybean protein in terms of amino acid composition. • Mass balances proved that a substantial proportion of the plant protein remained in the pulp. • Pulp had a high protein concentration, and utilization can improve process feasibility. Abstract: In colder humid areas, green forages are recognised as high protein yielding crops and have the potential to be a locally grown sustainable…
Bio-refinery of Chlorella sorokiniana with pulsed electric field pre-treatment.
The aim of this work was to investigate the potential of PEF technology for green extraction of microalgal pigments and lipids from fresh Chlorella sorokiniana suspensions. Efficiencies of PEF treatment and different solvent systems application to C.sorokiniana were compared to efficiencies of untreated biomass extraction. Differences in chlorophyll extraction of untreated and PEF treated C.sorok…
Extraction of High Value Triterpenic Acids from Eucalyptus globulus Biomass Using Hydrophobic Deep Eutectic Solvents.
Triterpenic acids (TTAs), known for their promising biological properties, can be found in different biomass sources and related by-products, such as Eucalyptus globulus bark, and have been extracted using organic volatile solvents such as dichloromethane. Recently, deep eutectic solvents (DES) have been identified as promising alternatives for the extraction of value-added compounds from biomass. In the present work, several hydrophobic DES were tested for the extraction of TTAs from E. glob…
Supercritical CO2 Extraction of Extracted Oil from Pistacia lentiscus L.: Mathematical Modeling, Economic Evaluation and Scale-Up.
In this study, the extracted oil of Pistacia lentiscus L. the Tunis region was extracted using supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) extraction containing different major components in the oil such as alpha-pinene (32%) and terpinene-4-ol (13%). The investigation of the effect of different variables on the extraction yield with 5% level of confidence interval showed that the CO2 pressure was the main significant variable to influence the oil yield. In order to better understand the phenomena…
Optimization of Ultrasound Assisted Extraction (UAE) of Kinsenoside Compound from Anoectochilusroxburghii (Wall.) Lindl by Response Surface Methodology (RSM).
The purpose of this study was to establish an extraction method for the kinsenoside compound from the whole plant Anoectochilus roxburghii. Ultrasound assisted extraction (UAE) and Ultra-high performance liquid chromatography (UPLC) method were used to extract and determine the content of kinsenoside, while response surface method (RSM) was used to optimize the extraction process. The best possible range for methanol concentration (0-100%), the liquid-solid ratio (5:1-30:1 mL/g), ultrasonic…
Single-step disentanglement and fractionation of microalgal high-value products through acoustophoresis

Taking full advantage of microalgal powerhouses. Microscopic algae are single-celled organisms. Highly effective producers of biomass for biofuel production, these little organisms are poised to play a major role in industrial-scale production of clean renewable energy. However, only a small portion of their biomass is used in this way. The rest is a treasure-trove of natural compounds of great interest to markets such as biopharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals. These are currently wasted…
3. AUTRES TECHNOLOGIES ET INNOVATIONS – OTHER TECHNOLOGIES & INNOVATIONS
Quantitative Assessment of Phenolic Acids, Flavonoids and Antioxidant Activities of Sixteen Jujube Cultivars from China.
Increasing attention has been paid to the nutritional values and pharmacological effects of Ziziphus jujuba. Therefore, in this study, four phenolic and flavonoid fractions of 16 jujube cultivars from different geographic regions of China were separated and quantified. In addition, the antioxidant activity was evaluated using the 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH·) scavenging method and the ferric reducing antioxidant power (FRAP) assay. The total phenols and flavonoids contents ranged from…
UPCYCLING SOLID FOOD WASTES AND BY-PRODUCTS INTO FOOD-GRADE NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS
Nutritional ingredients and compositions having high-protein and high-fiber properties and methods for upcycling solid food wastes and by-products into food-grade nutritional products are described herein. A protein flour produced may include 25 wt % to 45 wt % of protein and more than 7 wt % of a dietary fiber. The protein flour may further have an amount of aerobic plate count of less than 10,000,000 CFU/g, an amount of coliform is less than 540 CFU/g, an amount of non-pathogenic E. coli of…
Des usines cellulaires productrices d’ingrédients alimentaires à partir de coproduits

Des chercheurs danois ont mis au point des « usines cellulaires » qui peuvent produire des ingrédients alimentaires à partir de sous-produits alimentaires qui seraient autrement gaspillés. Les scientifiques de l’Institut national de l’alimentation de l’Université technique du Danemark ont   créé un moyen de fabriquer des protéines laitières ou d’autres ingrédients à partir du lactose du lactosérum. Cette usine de cellules peut transformer le lactose en arôme de beurre…
Antioxidant phytochemicals in pulses and their relation to human health: A Review.
Pulses are staple foods cultivated since ancient times, which play an important role in the human diet. From a nutritional point of view, pulses are very interesting foods as they are rich in proteins, carbohydrates and dietary fiber. Dietary antioxidants are a complex mixture of hydrophilic and lipophilic compounds usually present in foods of plant origin, including pulses. In the present study, the phytochemical composition of selected pulses (common beans, fava beans, lentils, chickpeas…
Insecticidal activity of spray dried microencapsulated essential oils of Rosmarinus officinalis and Zataria multiflora against Tribolium confusum
Rosmarinus officinalis and Zataria multiflora (Lamiaceae) essential oils (EOs) contain components with insecticidal properties that can be used as pesticides for stored product pests. In the present study, they were encapsulated in octenyl succinic anhydride (OSA) – starch in order to test their insecticidal activity against Tribolium confusum. First an oil-in-water emulsion was prepared and afterwards, it was dried by spray-drying technique. The emulsions were characterized regarding particle..
Optimization, extraction, structure analysis and antioxidant properties of flavan-3-ol polymers: Proanthocyanidins isolated from Periploca angustifolia using surface response methodology
Periploca angustifolia roots condensed tannins (PATF) have been reported to have a various biological activities. In addition, response surface methodology was used to optimize the hot extraction parameters for condensed tannins from this plant. Through the analysis, temperature, pH and water-solid ratio were found to be the most important parameters. For this analysis, optimum conditions maximizing condensed tannins yield (35.62 %) were found to be temperature 80 °C, pH (9.5) and water/solid…
Insight into the essential oil isolation from Foeniculum vulgare Mill. fruits using double-condensed microwave-assisted hydrodistillation and evaluation of its antioxidant, antifungal and cytotoxic activity
As the increasing concern on the difficult environmental compatibility caused by traditional essential oil separation process, the development of efficient, rapid and environmentally friendly technique has become a major challenge. Furthermore, insight into the separation procedure of essential oils using fitting model is also an important problem for its industrial application. Thus in this work, the double-condensed microwave-assisted hydrodistillation (DCMHD) process of essential oils from…
Supported ionic liquids as efficient materials to remove non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs from aqueous media
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are largely consumed worldwide. As a result, NSAIDs were already found in a variety of environmental aqueous samples, in concentrations ranging from ng/L to µg/L. This is due to the inability of the currently used technologies in sewage treatment plants (STPs) and wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) to completely remove such pollutants/contaminants, thus leading to serious environmental and public health concerns. This work addresses…
Hibiscus ingredient shows potential in reducing body weight and fat mass

Metabolaid, a highly purified Hibiscus sabdariffa and Lippia citriodora extract ingredient, has been found to help support overweight individuals in reducing body weight and fat mass. The clinical study was…
Comparison of Techniques and Solvents on the Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Potential of Extracts from Acacia dealbata and Olea europaea.
Ethnopharmacological use of plant natural extracts has been known since ancient times. The optimization of plant molecule extraction is fundamental in obtaining relevant extraction yields. The main purpose of this study was to understand the role of different extraction techniques (solid-liquid, ultrasound, Soxhlet, and microwave) and solvents (water, methanol, ethanol, acetone, dichloromethane, and hexane) on the antimicrobial and antioxidant activities of extracts from Olea europaea (olive)…
Super Critical Fluid Extracted Fatty Acids from Withania somnifera Seeds Repair Psoriasis-Like Skin Lesions and Attenuate Pro-Inflammatory Cytokines (TNF-alpha and IL-6) Release.
(1) Background: Withania somnifera Dunal (Ashwagandha) is a widely used medicinal herb in traditional medicinal systems with extensive research on various plant parts. Surprisingly, seeds of W. somnifera have never been investigated for their therapeutic potential. (2) Methods: W. somnifera seeds were extracted for fatty acids (WSSO) using super critical fluid extraction, and was analyzed by gas chromatography. Its therapeutic potential in psoriasis-like skin etiologies was investigated…
Microalgae Nutraceuticals: The Role of Lutein in Human Health

Lutein is a carotenoid compound belonging to the xanthophyll family whose more attractive bioactivity is its antioxidant capacity. This carotenoid is mainly distributed in vegetables and fruits and is present within the macula lutea as a pigment responsible of the yellow hue. Lutein has been widely found in the pigmentation of animal tissues as well as considered as an important nutraceutical and used for the coloration of foods, drugs, and cosmetics. Recently, lutein has been found to be…
Extraction of essential oils from medical plants and their utilization as food antioxidants.
The use of essential oils is receiving increasing attention, as they are good sources of several bioactive compounds. They are nowadays preferred over the synthetic preservatives thanks to their antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. Several studies highlight the beneficial effect of essential oils extracted from medical plants in the cure of human diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, or obesity. However, to preserve their bioactivity the use of appropriate extraction technologies…
Identification and characterization of antioxidant and immune-stimulatory polysaccharides in flaxseed hull.
Flaxseeds are widely consumed for their desirable sensory attributes and health benefits. We focused on enhancing the sustainability and economic potential of flaxseeds by characterizing functional attributes of polysaccharides isolated from flaxseed hull residues. In particular, antioxidant and immune-stimulatory polysaccharides were isolated and purified from flaxseed hull. Infrared spectroscopy was used to identify the key functional groups. The polysaccharides were composed of mannose…
Tomato as Potential Source of Natural Additives for Meat Industry. A Review.
Tomato industry produces huge amounts of by-products that represent an environmental and economic problem. However, these by-products contain multiple bioactive compounds, which would make them a renewable source for obtaining natural antioxidants and colourants (carotenoids). This is in line with the preferences of the current consumer who demands more natural and healthy products. However, the lipophilic character of carotenoids means that their extraction must be carried out using toxic…
Phenolic Compounds from Nuts: Extraction, Chemical Profiles, and Bioactivity.fluids
Nuts contain a vast array of phenolic compounds having important biological properties. They include substances allocated into the five major groups named phenolic acids, flavonoids, tannins, phenolic lignans, and stilbene derivatives. The complexity in composition does not allow for setting a universal extraction procedure suitable for extraction of all nut phenolics. The use of non-conventional extraction techniques, such as those based on microwave, ultrasound, and compressed fluids, comb…
Nutraceuticals as phenolic bioactive compounds analysis of softwood bark and their possibilities of industry applications
Softwoods have a numerically large group of economically important renewable plants. Waste processing of trees mainly bark, needles are reasonable extent not recovered. The waste contains relatively high levels of phenolic compounds. Phenolic compounds are one of the main components that have a high potential in various fields of food, pharmacy, and other industries. This review focuses on the main uses of softwood bark and overviews the extraction and analytical methods used to determine phe…
Scribbling the Cat: A Case of the « Miracle » Plant, Moringa oleifera
This paper reviews the properties of the most cultivated species of the Moringaceae family, Moringa oleifera Lam. The paper takes a critical look at the positive and the associated negative properties of the plant, with particular emphasis on its chemistry, selected medicinal and nutritional properties, as well as some ecological implications of the plant. The review highlights the importance of glucosinolates (GS) compounds which are relatively unique to the Moringa species family, with gluco..
4- MARCHES – MARKETS
Protéines végétales texturées Vue d’ensemble du marché, les ventes, les revenus, taux de croissance et analyse pour 2020-2025
Protéines végétales texturées 2020- Rapport de recherche du marché si utile pour les investisseurs qui veulent investir et faire croître l’entreprise dans le marché…
Marché Additifs alimentaires 2023 par opportunités, produit de contraintes, développements clés, aperçu et prévisions
Le rapport sur le marché mondial de Additifs alimentaires couvre le paysage du marché et ses perspectives de croissance au cours des prochaines années et la discussion des principaux fournisseurs efficaces sur ce marché. Le rapport d’étude de marché Additif …
La protéine végétale, l’arme secrète du groupe Roquette

« Il y a une formidable demande en nouvelles protéines. Les jeunes veulent une alimentation différente, avec moins de viande, voire pas de viande. Cela nous promet un développement extraordinaire sur quinze ans », s’enthousiasme Jean-Marc Gilson, le directeur général de Roquette…
Marché mondial anthocyanes 2023 par fabricants, pilotes, tendances, opportunités et contraintes
Le rapport sur le marché mondial de anthocyanes couvre le paysage du marché et ses perspectives de croissance au cours des prochaines années et la discussion des principaux fournisseurs efficaces sur ce marché. Le rapport d’étude de marché anthocyanes couvre les fabricants, les types, les applications, les principaux moteurs, les défis, les opportunités, les régions géographiques, la part de marché, le taux de croissance annuel des revenus et le processus réel de l’ensemble de l’industrie…
Marché mondial des Saveurs et parfums encapsulés 2020 – Aveka Inc., Buchi Labortechnik AG, Cargill, Clextral and Others
Nous avons récemment publié notre rapport de recherche mis à jour, intitulé «Marché de la Saveurs et parfums encapsulés ». Le rapport analyse les incidences actuelles du marché ainsi que les prévisions concernant ce dernier, plus particulièrement durant la période 2020 à 2027.
Oil crops for the future
Agriculture faces enormous challenges including the need to substantially increase productivity, reduce environmental footprint, and deliver renewable alternatives that are being addressed by developing new oil crops for the future. The efforts include domestication of Lepidium spp. using genomics-aided breeding as a cold hardy perennial high-yielding oil crop that provides substantial environmental benefits, expands the geography for oil crops, and improves farmers’ economy…
L’acide chlorogénique Le marché devrait augmenter à un TCAC sain d’ici 2020-2025 | Meilleures entreprises – EUROMED SA, Naturex, Applied Food Sciences etc
Reports Monitor a ajouté un nouveau rapport intitulé, ‘Global L’acide chlorogénique Market ’à son vaste répertoire de rapports de recherche. L’étude révèle de nombreux changements de paradigme sur ledit marché, couvrant le paysage concurrentiel régional, un avantage concurrentiel parmi les principaux concurrents de l’industrie de l’acide chlorogénique et la dynamique du marché…
Global Ultrafiltration Membrane Market 2020 Growth Study, Driven by Leading Players Koch, Asahi Kasei, GE Water & Process Technologies, Evoqua
The Global Ultrafiltration Membrane Market 2020 published an extensive research report based on the Global Ultrafiltration Membrane Market underscoring vital occurrences, and statistics of the ongoing industry. The global Ultrafiltration Membrane market report also sheds light on market size, share, demand, production, value, sales, and revenue and provides precise evaluations coupled with authentic market estimates up to 2025.
Naturex Self-Affirms Safety Status of Turmeric Extract
An expert panel deemed Turmipure Gold is generally recognized as safe under the conditions of intended use in a range of food categories…
Polyphenol-rich extract supports memory and attention, says recent study

A study recently published in Antioxidants, found that supplementation with a polyphenols-rich extract from grape and blueberry supports cognitive performance…
Natural Antioxidants Market 2020-2026 By Ajinomoto OmniChem Natural Specialties, Naturex SA, Prinova, SPA, Cargill, DuPont-Danisco, Archer Daniels Midland
The Research Insights has published an innovative data titled as Natural Antioxidants market. This report uses an exploratory technique, such as primary and secondary research, which helps to discover the desired data. This report throws light on different attributes, which are some basic requirements to drive the businesses successfully. Antioxidants are the components that inhibit the oxidation process…
Global Herbal Extracts Market 2020: Key PlayersMartin Bauer, Indena, Euromed, Naturex, Bio-Botanica, Maypro, Sabinsa, Pharmchem (Avocal Inc.)
Get an extensive research offering detailed information and growth outlook of the Herbal Extracts market in the new research report added by ResearchBeam. The report presents a brief summary of the market by gathering data from various sources and industry experts prevalent in the market…

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