Utilization of bioactive components present in pineapple waste: A review
Among various fruits grown around the world and India, pineapple (Ananas comosus) is the most essential and delicious fruit. The growth in the use of food-based pineapple processing products has advanced rapidly globally as a result of this pineapple industry. With this, the production of waste also increases quickly. The utilization of waste in the fruit and vegetable processing industry is one of the most important and difficult jobs in the world. About 50% of the fruit mass ends up being discarded during industrial processing of the pineapple, becoming a residue. Crown, Peel, stem, and Core pineapple waste provides more than 50% misuse of the whole natural commodity. Several studies have validated the use of waste by various extraction, purification, and fermentation methods as novel, low-cost, economical well as natural sources of dietary fiber, antioxidants, enzymes, organic acids, food additives, essential oils, etc. This study explores the development characteristics of pineapple residue study focused on descriptive methods to examine the structure of knowledge in this field over the years, by year of publication, authors, the body of education, organizations, keywords, and citation analysis.
How to cite this article:
Amit Kumar. Utilization of bioactive components present in pineapple waste: A review. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(5):954-961.