By Richard D. O'Brien
Chapter 1 Composition and houses of suitable for eating Oils (pages 1–39): Frank D. Gunstone
Chapter 2 Bulk circulation of suitable for eating Oils (pages 41–54): Wolf Hamm
Chapter three construction of Oils (pages 55–96): Philippe van Doosselaere
Chapter four Solvent Extraction (pages 97–125): Timothy G. Kemper
Chapter five fit for human consumption Oil Refining: present and destiny applied sciences (pages 127–151): Wim De Greyt
Chapter 6 Oil amendment methods (pages 153–196): Marc Kellens and Dr Gijs Calliauw
Chapter 7 Enzyme Processing (pages 197–221): David Cowan
Chapter eight program of fit for human consumption Oils (pages 223–249): Arjen Bot and Eckhard Floter
Chapter nine caliber and meals security insurance and keep an eye on (pages 251–266): Mar Verhoeff and Gerrit van Duijn
Chapter 10 Oil Processing layout fundamentals (pages 267–310): Gerrit van Duijn and Gerrit den Dekker
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Vegetable sources of potential interest include olive oil and amaranthus oil. , 1998). , 1993). 9 Odd-chain alkanes in selected seed oils (mg/kg, ppm). Alkane (carbon atoms) Sunﬂower Olive (extra virgin) Sesame 23 25 27 29 31 33 23–33 Total alkanesa <1 2 11 50 48 4 115 105–166 (5) 19 18 16 12 9 6 80 28–99 (6) <1 1 6 18 14 7 46 22–82 (4) a Number in brackets = number of samples examined. 5 Squalene (C30 H50 ). , 1997). 3 Carotenes Carotenes are minor components of most vegetable oils but occur to a greater degree in palm oil.
The matter is further complicated by the fact that not all of these substances are universally accepted. For example, tertiarybutyl hydroquinone is allowed in the USA but not in the EU. Antioxidants permitted in Europe have E numbers (the European Community designation for permitted food additives) assigned to them. Antioxidants can be classiﬁed according to their mode of action and, in addition, can be described as natural or synthetic. 4). Much of the large processed-food industry would be impossible to run without antioxidants of some kind.