USING THE VARIETIES OF SUGARS IN THE TECHNOLOGY OF FRUIT AND BERRY MARMALADE MASS PRODUCTION
The paper contains results of a study of structural-mechanical properties of marmalade masses produced using the varieties of sugars in the technology of fruit and berry marmalade mass production. The possibility to use the L-pectin in the technology of fruit and jelly marmalade production and to reduce the intake of sugar is described.
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