BACKGROUNDS: Silverskin is the by-products obtained from the coffee roasting processing. It is characterised by a high content of dietary fibre, phenolic compounds and caffeine. The aim of this study was to assess the silveskin obtained from two species of Coffea (Arabica and Robusta) at three percentages (2%, 4%, or 6%) into cow whole-milk yogurt to raise the nutraceutical value of the products and to verify the bioaccessibility of the bioactive compounds during the shelf-life of 3 weeks. RESULTS: The amount and origin of silverskin significantly influenced all the physico-chemical parameters. Concerning the bioactive compounds, the highest levels were observed in yogurt supplemented with 6% of silverskin. Between the coffee species, Arabica yielded the highest 5-caffeoylquinic acid content and the strongest antioxidant activity, whereas Robusta gave the highest caffeine content. The digestion increased antioxidant activity in the yogurt, possibly because of greater accessibility of compounds. CONCLUSION: The results obtained highlighted that silverskin can be use in yogurt production to increase the nutraceutical value of the products and that the bioactive compounds are bioaccessible during the digestion process. The characteristics and the bioaccessibility of the resulting yogurt were strongly correlated with the Coffee species and with the percentage added.

Coffee silverskin as nutraceutical ingredient inyogurt: its effect on functional properties and its bioaccessibility.

Bertolino M.
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Barbosa-Pereira L.;Ghirardello D.;Botta C.;Rolle L.;Guglielmetti A.;Borotto Dalla Vecchia S.;Zeppa G.
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2019-01-01

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BACKGROUNDS: Silverskin is the by-products obtained from the coffee roasting processing. It is characterised by a high content of dietary fibre, phenolic compounds and caffeine. The aim of this study was to assess the silveskin obtained from two species of Coffea (Arabica and Robusta) at three percentages (2%, 4%, or 6%) into cow whole-milk yogurt to raise the nutraceutical value of the products and to verify the bioaccessibility of the bioactive compounds during the shelf-life of 3 weeks. RESULTS: The amount and origin of silverskin significantly influenced all the physico-chemical parameters. Concerning the bioactive compounds, the highest levels were observed in yogurt supplemented with 6% of silverskin. Between the coffee species, Arabica yielded the highest 5-caffeoylquinic acid content and the strongest antioxidant activity, whereas Robusta gave the highest caffeine content. The digestion increased antioxidant activity in the yogurt, possibly because of greater accessibility of compounds. CONCLUSION: The results obtained highlighted that silverskin can be use in yogurt production to increase the nutraceutical value of the products and that the bioactive compounds are bioaccessible during the digestion process. The characteristics and the bioaccessibility of the resulting yogurt were strongly correlated with the Coffee species and with the percentage added.
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coffee silverskin, yogurt, in vitro digestion, bioactive compounds,shelf-life
Bertolino M., Barbosa-Pereira L., Ghirardello D., Botta C., Rolle L., Guglielmetti A., Borotto Dalla Vecchia S., Zeppa G.
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