Water is used for several purposes in the tropical fruit processing plants. It is a part of the final product, as in drinks and canned fruits, and universally used for cleaning of equipment and processing lines, for washing of fruits, as a carrier of raw materials between unit processes, as a medium for blanching, preheating. Water is used also for cooling purposes and in boilers and heating systems.
KeywordsFermentation Starch Magnesium Agar Cadmium
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