Potato Peels : A Source of Nutritionally and Pharmacologically Interesting Compounds – A Review

@inproceedings{Schieber2009PotatoP,
  title={Potato Peels : A Source of Nutritionally and Pharmacologically Interesting Compounds – A Review},
  author={Andreas Schieber and Marleny D. Aranda Salda{\~n}a},
  year={2009}
}
In October 2007, the United Nations declared 2008 as The Year of the Potato, highlighting the importance of this crop as a staple food in human nutrition. While fresh potato consumption is decreasing in many countries, more potatoes are currently processed into value-added products to meet the demand especially from the fast food and convenience food industries. Potatoes are usually peeled during processing, either by steam, lye or abrasive peeling, depending on the type of product. As a… CONTINUE READING

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