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Baobab Dried Fruit Pulp – An application for Novel Foods Approval in the EU as a food ingredient

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  title={Baobab Dried Fruit Pulp – An application for Novel Foods Approval in the EU as a food ingredient},
  author={},
  year={2006}
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  • Published 2006
Variability of Baobab (Adansonia digitata L.) fruits’ physical characteristics and nutrient content in the West African Sahel
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Evaluation of In-vitro Anticancer Activity and Quantitation of Active Ingredient of Adansonia digitata L. Fruit
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NUMERICAL TAXONOMY ON VARIETIES OF ADANSONIA DIGITATA L.
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Variations in the morphological features of Adansonia digitata L. were studied, which may be used for the delimitation of varieties in the species to detect promising varieties for mapping out of future breeding schemes of this multi-purpose tree. Expand
Kinetic modeling of ascorbic acid loss in baobab drink at pasteurization and storage temperatures
The degradation kinetics of ascorbic acid was determined in baobab drink during pasteurization and storage temperatures at 60-90°C for 3 hours and 0 – 40 C for 5 weeks respectively. The loss ofExpand

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