Thursday 09. of February 2017
Rheological Properties of Pectins in Solutions, Fruit Preparations and Gels: Practice-Oriented Rheological Measuring Methods – Part 2: Yield Stress
The second part of our series “Rheological Properties of Pectins in Solutions, Fruit Preparations and Gels” provides a description of how the texture and sensory properties of viscous, spreadable products, such as fruit spreads,...
This film shows how the baking stability of fruit preparations can be evaluated. The baking test is essential for the standardisation of Herbstreith & Fox pectins for baking-stable fruit preparations and for the development...
Monday 02. of March 2015
Rheological Properties of Pectins in Solutions, Fruit Preparations and Gels: Practice-Oriented Rheological Measuring Methods – Part 1: Viscosity
The knowledge, application and interpretation of suitable practice-oriented rheological measuring methods for the characterisation of pectins in different application areas complement the sensory assessment and texture...
Pectins are well-known especially as gelling agent in jams or confectionery. However, it is possible to use them by far more versatile. High ester pectins such as Pectin Classic CB 202 which is developed for this application,...
Tuesday 25. of March 2014
H&F Pectins improve the rheological properties of fruit preparations for yoghurt
The main function of a stabilising system is to increase the viscosity of the fruit preparations to the point that floating of the fruits during processing is minimised and an even fruit distribution in the container is...