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The concentration of oleocanthal in olive oil waste

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posted on 2024-06-04, 01:30 authored by S Cicerale, Xavier ConlanXavier Conlan, Neil BarnettNeil Barnett, Russell KeastRussell Keast
The aim of this study was to determine the concentration of oleocanthal in olive pomace waste and compare this to its concentration in extra-virgin olive oil (EVOO). The concentration of oleocanthal in freshly pressed EVOO and its subsequent waste was analysed at early, mid and late season harvests. Oleocanthal concentrations were quantified using high-performance liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry. In oil, oleocanthal concentration was as follows: 123.24 ± 6.48 mg kg¯¹1 in early harvest, 114.20 ± 17.42 mg kg¯¹ in mid harvest and 152.22 ± 10.54 mg kg¯¹ in late harvest. Its concentration in waste was determined to be: 128.25 ± 11.33 mg kg¯¹ in early harvest, 112.15 ± 1.51mg kg¯¹ in mid harvest and 62.35 ± 8.00 mg kg¯¹ in late harvest. Overall, olive pomace waste is a valuable source of oleocanthal.

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Journal

Natural product research

Volume

25

Pagination

542-548

Location

Abingdon, England

ISSN

1478-6419

eISSN

1478-6427

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal, C Journal article

Copyright notice

2011, Taylor & Francis

Issue

5

Publisher

Taylor & Francis

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