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Vol. 11, Special Issue 4 (2022)

To study the consumer acceptability of alcoholic whey beverage

Author(s):
Choudhari DM and JN Khedkar
Abstract:
In India, the major source of whey is from production of Channa, paneer and Chakka. During the process about 10-20 percent portion of milk is recovered as the desired product and remaining 80-90 per cent liquid portion is the whey. We standardized the technology of alcoholic whey beverage and sensorily most acceptable treatment (Channa whey+ mixed culture) sample served to a large group (70) of consumers for their appraisal. The consumer asked to indicate there overall appraisal for the product in prescribed proforma supplied along with the product i.e. alcoholic whey beverage. In this context, around 94 per cent of the consumers reported, good to excellent remark for the alcoholic whey beverage. In conclusion, the consumers appreciated the quality of beverage with marvelous remark (very good to excellent).The degree of acceptance varied due to age, education, social status and gender.
Pages: 1630-1631  |  214 Views  40 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Choudhari DM and JN Khedkar. To study the consumer acceptability of alcoholic whey beverage. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(4S): 1630-1631.

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