Peanut Processing and It ’ s Potential Food Applications

@inproceedings{Dhanesh2015PeanutPA,
  title={Peanut Processing and It ’ s Potential Food Applications},
  author={Bindhya Dhanesh and Anita Kochhar},
  year={2015}
}
Peanut is one of the most important oil and protein producing crops in the world. Most peanuts grown in the world are used for oil production, peanut butter, confectionaries, roasted peanuts and snack products, extenders in meat product formulations, soups and desserts. Being a source of good fat namely poly and monounsaturated fatty acids; they are also used in weight management diets as they provide satiety. The substantial amounts of by-products are generated in the process of peanut harvest… CONTINUE READING

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