pomace


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to pomace: tomato pomace

pomace

the residue of fruits after juice is extracted and contains skins, pips and stalks; refers usually to grapes. Used as animal feed but useful only if dried. Called also pulp, marc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Both the added apple pomace and screw speed impacted the expansion ratio.
It is also evident from other previous research that tomato pomace (peel and seeds) had high amount of protein, fat, fiber and mineral contents on dry weight basis (Chumpawadee et al.
In this context, this study aimed to determine the equilibrium moisture of 'Tannat' grape pomace through desorption isotherms, evaluate its drying kinetics, determine the effective diffusivity coefficient (Def) and physico-chemically characterize the grape pomace and the product obtained after drying, for probable use in the preparation of new food products.
We also found circulating estrogen - the steroid hormone which plays a key role in breast cancer promotion - was lower in animals that consumed the blueberry pomace supplemented diet," said Vuthijumnonk.
Although the majority of industrial pectin applications are sourced from apple pomace and citrus peel, ongoing research has revealed a growing number of novel sources of pectin.
Keywords: Apple pomace, superfine grinding, physicochemical properties, ultrafine powder, traditional powder
Conclusion: Olive pomace oil can significantly improve fasting blood glucose and lipid profile in diabetic rats.
The remaining 20 percent, called pomace, is composted.
Here, extra virgin olive oil, refined olive oil and olive pomace oil is bottled and shipped to India.
Campden BRI will be responsible for all the testing of Extra Virgin olive oil, Virgin olive oil, olive oil composed of refined olive oils and virgin olive oils, and olive pomace oil imported into the UK.