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Trump in the sleeve of a technologist - a flavor corrector for meat products

Trump in the sleeve of a technologist - a flavor corrector for meat products

Soyuzsnab Group of Companies has developed the Del’Ar® Complex Food Additive 10.07.703 M taste corrector, which effectively eliminates any undesirable aftertaste in meat products. Efficiency has a wide range of applications - it can be used in all types of sausages, frozen and chilled semi-finished products. The uniqueness of the additive is that it does not supplement and does not distort the main flavor orientation, in contrast to similar additives.

The developers of the company selected the composition of the corrector so that when introduced into the product it does not affect the product profile. The main component of the novelty is celery oleoresin. This plant has a strong aroma and sweetish-bitter spicy taste, which goes well with herbs and perfectly corrects the unwanted profile of raw meat.

The effectiveness of new items on meat raw materials of different categories

To reduce the cost of meat products, vegetable proteins, starch, flour, various protein-fat emulsions (BJE), emulsions from pork skin are used. All these raw materials tend to reduce the taste characteristics of the finished product. The taste corrector effectively eliminates all the flavors that these components give, which not every additive copes with.

In addition, the flavor corrector 07/10/0703 M well closes the taste inherent in some types of meat, which is difficult not to recognize - for example, lamb and turkey. Despite the high nutritional value of these types of raw materials, their specific flavors can repel. By leveling them, the corrector allows the production of sausages and semi-finished products with a “clean” taste, thereby expanding the circle of consumers and providing economic benefits for producers.

Based on the fact that the flavor corrector 10.07.703 M has an “auxiliary” effect, leveling the flavors of the raw materials into which it is introduced, the sequence of adding ingredients is important. When adding meat, it is recommended to pour the novelty directly into the cutter or meat mixer before adding the main aroma. Next, you need to give it evenly distributed throughout the mass. Optimum dosage: 5-7 grams per 1 kg of minced meat. Only then should be added flavoring additive. Thus, the finished product will have a given basic taste and aroma without extraneous flavors.

"Integrated Food Supplement 10.07.703 M" Del’Ar® has proven itself in meat processing enterprises in Russia.

Expert Opinion

Alexey Tolmachev, Meat Technologist, GC SOYUZSNAB

“One of the clients approached us with the problem of selecting ingredients that could level the specific flavor in sausages made from turkey meat. The holding's experts proposed to solve the problem of efficiency 10.07.703 M. It works, including in the formulations of products consisting entirely of turkey meat. The company's technologists noted the ease of use of the additive and the excellent taste of the finished product, due to which the recipe was introduced into production. ”

What are nutritional supplements and what are they?

What are nutritional supplements and what are they?

Nutritional supplements are special substances added to food products to give them the necessary properties.

Food additives are introduced into the product at the stages of processing, production, storage, packaging and transportation.

The goals of introducing a food supplement into a product can be:

- getting a taste or aroma;

- colorization;

- the formation of consistency;

- increase the shelf life.

For ease of use, all food additives have their own unique number, which begins with the letter "E" (according to the classification of the European Union). The classification of food additives is not a static phenomenon. New nutritional supplements are regularly added to the list, some of them move from allowed to prohibited and vice versa. In addition, such lists may vary from country to country.

 There are natural supplements that do not harm the human body.

Natural nutritional supplements

        This group of food additives includes substances that are found in nature and do not harm human health. The origin of these additives can be plant, animal, mineral. Even eating only products “from one’s garden” and “from one’s own cow”, such nutritional supplements enter our body and not only do not harm, but also often have a positive effect on our health.

Examples of natural nutritional supplements:

E100 - curcumin, a coloring substance obtained from a turmeric plant;

E406 - agar, a gelling agent from seaweed (a component of some sweets and marmalade);

E414 - gum arabic obtained from some trees;

E160c - paprika oil resins, as the name implies, is extracted from paprika, etc.

Artificial additives

There are additives that are artificially made natural additives. That is, such substances are found in nature, but for industrial purposes they are obtained artificially. Such additives are also safe for the body, however, there is already one “but”: in the process of their preparation, distillation by-products, metal impurities, etc. can get into the substance. Food additives from this group are often called "identical to natural."

For example:

E300 is an ascorbic acid recommended by many doctors for daily use. For industrial purposes, ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is obtained from glucose.

E160a - carotenes, all known useful substances from bright carrots. In industry, carotenes are mined either by extraction from natural products or by chemical means.

E296 - malic acid, which is normally synthesized in the human body. Chemically malic acid is obtained.

E153 - vegetable coal, fossil substance. Often it is obtained by carbonization of plant materials.

E260 is the most common vinegar.

Fully Synthetic Nutrition Supplements

        Nutritional supplements of this group are not found in nature, are not produced in the human body, and therefore require closer attention. Some of the synthetic additives are poorly understood, some significantly increase the risk of allergic reactions, the development of hypertension, digestive system disorders, and the occurrence of malignant tumors.

When determining the admissibility of the use of food additives in food products, they usually focus on lists of prohibited and unauthorized food additives.

Prohibited additives are substances whose negative effect on the human body has been proven. Unauthorized additives include substances for which data are not yet sufficient or studies have not yet been completed.

Prohibited food additives.

Examples of Common Junk Food Supplements

E250 - sodium nitrite. A traditional component of industrial sausages. Despite the fact that sodium nitrite is a poison dangerous to humans and mammals, it is actively used in the production of sausages, but its dose is extremely small and therefore not dangerous. When purchasing sausage in a store, it should be remembered that the permissible dose of sodium nitrite for smoked sausage exceeds the same indicator for cooked sausage, since smoked meat is considered to be a festive product, a delicacy that is used much less often.

E951 - aspartame. Aspartame is a popular sweetener in many carbonated sugary drinks. Once in the human body, aspartame breaks down into phenylalanine, aspartic acid and methanol - a known poisonous alcohol. Its dose of 5-10 ml leads to severe poisoning with the possible development of blindness, and 30 ml is already a lethal dose. Of course, after drinking even a full bottle of soda with aspartame, a person will still be far from methanol poisoning, however, limiting the use of such drinks is quite reasonable.

E338 - phosphoric acid. It is part of the low-calorie Coca-Cola and some other drinks. It is added to products to give sourness and a light bitter taste. This food supplement helps reduce bone strength and destroys tooth enamel.

E952 - sodium cyclamate. Sweetener used in sweet carbonated napkins