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    Processed pineapples are consumed worldwide and processing industries are trying out or using new technologies to retain the nutritional quality of the pineapple fruit. This is to meet the demand of consumers who want healthy, nutritious and natural products. Pineapple wastes from these processing industries can be utilised to produce methane, animal feed, phenolics and bromelain.
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    Written by May Pitakere
    Post Grad. Dip in Agri. Science Student
    Food and Wine Science Group, Lincoln University, NZ.

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    {Picture_009-1.jpg} Blueberries (Karki, 2008)Blueberries are species of plant belonging to the genus Vaccinium; which is a member of the sub-family Vaccinioidiae, of the family Ericaceae. This family also includes such plants as cranberry, azalea, rhododendron and heather (USHBC, 2002). Blueberries contain multiple nutrients, phytonutrients, polyphenols, salicylic acid, caratenoids, fiber, folate, vitamin C, vitamin E, manganese, iron, riboflavin, niacin and phytoesterogens. Research studies have shown that blueberries are one of the richest sources of antioxidant phyto-nutrients, with higher levels of anthocyanin and phenolic contents than other fruit or vegetable. Because of their diverse range of phyto-nutrients, blueberries have a beneficial effect on human health. Antioxidant can neutralize free radicals; which are unstable molecules that cause the development of a number of diseases such as cancers, heart, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases (Prior et al, 1998). They have also shown the ability to slow the aging process (Mason et al, 2007).
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