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Food ScienTech Journal
ISSN : 26854279     EISSN : 2715422X     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.33512/fsj.v1i1
FSJ is an open access, peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to the publication of novel research in all aspects of Food Technology, with particular attention paid to the exploration and development of natural products derived from tropical—and especially Indonesian—biodiversity. Original research articles written in English and featuring well-designed studies with clearly analyzed and logically interpreted results are accepted, with a strong preference given to research that has the potential to make significant contributions to both the field of Food Technology and society in general. Topics include, but not limited to : Food Chemistry Food Microbiology Food Engineering Food Industry Management
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EFFECTS OF WASHING TREATMENT ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF ROADSIDE FRESH FRUITS Amelia, Julfi Restu; Ambarsari, N.; Giyatmi, Giyatmi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33512/fsj.v3i1.11009

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 Roadside fruits are very possible to be contaminated by heavy metals and microbial contamination, especially fruits that are usually consumed unpeeled, such as grapes, water guava, apples, and starfruit.  Heavy metal contaminants that are hazardous to health include lead (Pd), cadmium (Cd), and arsenic (As), while harmful microbial contaminants include Escherichia coli and Salmonella thypii. This study aims to determine the effect of washing treatment on the characteristics (heavy metal and microbial contamination) of some fresh fruit. Washing process using running water and food grade soap. The design of the study used is Randomized Block Design, if it had a significant effect, it was further tested using the Duncan Multiple Range Test (DMRT).  The results of study showed that washing with food grade soap is preferable, as it shows a significant reduction in the levels of heavy metal and microbiological contents up to 0.000 mg / kg for Pb and Cd; 0.041 mg / kg for As; 0 kol / g for E. coli and 0 kol / 25g for Salmonella thypii.
RELATIONSHIP OF NUTRITIONAL ANEMIA WITH THE EVENT OF WORM INFECTION IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN IN THE WORK AREA OF AIR BILITI PUSKESMAS MUSI RAWAS Rahmi, Silvia; Anwar, Charil; Hasyim, Hamzah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33512/fsj.v3i1.11688

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More than 1.5 billion people or 24% of the world's population experience worm infections that are transmitted through the soil. Worm infections that occur can damage the nutritional status in the form of anemia in all children, especially school age. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between nutritional anemia and the incidence of helminthiasis. This research method is an analytical observational with a cross-sectional design. The population in the study was conducted on elementary school children in the working area of the Air Biliti Health Center, Musi Rawas Regency in 2021. The sample in this study was 98 with simple random sampling at five schools in the working area of the Air Biliti Health Center. The study was conducted in March 2021. The results of this study showed that most of the proportions of negative helminth infections were 60 (61.2%), not anemic 71 (72.4%), Class VI 39 (39.8%), 11 years old 32 (32,7 % ), female 50 (51.0%), high parental education 53 (54.1%), farmer occupation 61 (62.2%), income 50 (51.0%). The results of the analysis of the significant relationship between nutritional anemia (p value 0.000, OR = 6.500) and infection rates in elementary school-aged children in the work area of Air Biliti Health Center, Musi Rawas Regency. Based on the results of the study, it was found that the importance of maintaining environmental cleanliness and personal hygiene, coupled with the habit of taking a worm medicine and attention from parents to reduce helminth infections that cause children to experience nutritional anemia.
CONSUMPTION OF EDIBLE-INSECTS: THE CHALLENGES AND THE PROSPECTS Abdullahi, Nura; Igwe, Enerst Chukwusoro; Dandago, Munir Abba; Yunusa, Alkasim Kabiru
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33512/fsj.v3i1.10468

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Alternative sources of proteins are necessary to tackle the foreseeing challenge of protein scarcity. Insects were among the foods consumed by early man and they are still vital components in the diets of Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Social barriers are limiting their global acceptance, their consumption is intimately attached to location and culture, and their nutritional values are not known to many. Their consumption is associated with taboos and pessimisms, and are seen as something filthy, not something decent to be consumed. Literature used was gathered through an online search on Google Scholar and Science Direct database. Disgust, food neophobia, lack of awareness, unavailability, and personality traits are the major barriers to edible-insect acceptance among consumers. Accepting edible-insects as food depends greatly on location, eating habit, prior experience, age, gender, and religion of a consumer. Follow-up studies after the first introduction will give clues on the acceptance level, help understand reasons for the rejection, and allows the application of alternative and better solutions to rejection problems. Entomophagy advocate should intensify their efforts and attract more consumers in the West and other parts of the globe. Research collaborations between applied and social sciences are necessary to win the affection of new consumers and convinced their psych and emotion during the first introduction. Creating awareness on the nutritional, health, and environmental benefits of using insects as a novel protein, processing to completely mask insect presence, and producing products with a close resemblance with meat will certainly promote global insect consumption.
THE EFFECT OF NATRIUM METABISULFITE IMMERSION AND DRYING TEMPERATURE FOR TAPAI FLOUR PRODUCTION Brilliantina, Aulia; Wijaya, Rizza; Hariono, Budi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33512/fsj.v3i1.12046

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Tapai is one of the food ingredients that is processed into various food dishes and preferred. The shelf life of the tapai is easily damaged after being produced, because tapai has high moisture content, it is necessary to make an effort to extend the shelf life. The purpose of this research was to get the best treatment and to analyze the effect of different concentrations of Natrium Metabisulfite and drying temperatures on the quality of tapai flour. The method used in this study is an experimental research method with Completely Randomized Design (CRD). The first factor is concentration of natrium metabisulfite as much as 0 ppm, 1000 ppm, 2000 ppm, 3000 ppm and 4000 ppm. The second factor is the drying temperature of 45ºC, 55ºC, and 65ºC. The results of data analysis obtained the best treatment at concentration of 2000 ppm Natrium Metabisulfite with temperature of 55ºC, reducing sugar content of 4.35%, ash content of 1.5%, moisture content of 4.8%, yield 52.4% and value of the degree whiteness of 85.49.
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF KEPOK, TALAS, AND CAVENDISH BANANAS FLOUR Candra, Krishna Purnawan; Sofianur, Anis; Saragih, Bernatal; Yuliani, Yuliani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33512/fsj.v3i1.12476

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Banana flour is one of the semi-finished products which processed aims to maintain shelf life, provide goods for diver food products, facilitate packaging and transportation. This research aimed to determine and compare the physical characteristics of flour from three banana species, i.e., Kepok (Musa acuminata x balbisiana), Talas (Musa acuminata Colla var. Talas), and Cavendish (Musa acuminata Colla var. Cavendish). This research is a single factor experiment arranged in a completely randomized design with three (banana species) treatments and five replications. Data were analyzed by ANOVA except for wettability data, and gelatinization profile is processed using the Kruskal-Wallis test. The experimental parameters were swelling power, starch solubility, bulk density, water absorption capacity, oil absorption, and color. The results showed that swelling power and oil absorption of the banana flour from the three banana species are not significantly different (p > 0.05) but significantly different (p < 0.05) for solubility, bulk density, wettability, water absorption capacity, and color. Gelatinization temperature for Kepok, Talas, and Cavendish banana flour was 79.45°C, 81.45°C, and 78.20°C, respectively. In this research, we found that the physical properties of Talas banana flour are in between the physical properties of Kepok and Cavendish banana flour.
THE REVIEW OF SNACK BAR FROM CHIA - MOCAF AS AN ANTIDIABETIC FOOD Maharani, Saskia Revinka; Pamela, Vega Yoesepa; Kusumasari, Septariawulan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33512/fsj.v3i1.10011

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Due to the high activity, plus the problem of communicable and non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, there is an increasing public awareness of the need for food that is practical and has an effect on improving body health. the Snack bar is convenient food that has complete nutritional content. Some food ingredients that can be used as raw material for making anti-diabetic snack bars are chia seeds (Salvia hispanica L) and cassava (Manihot esculenta). Based on existing research, chia seed and modified cassava flour (mocaf) have a hypoglycemic function which is closely related to reducing blood sugar levels so that it can reduce the risk of diabetes. Chia seeds are well known for their high oil content, are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, especially omega- 3 and omega-6 fatty acids, and are high in protein and fiber which increase their potential as a functional food product. The content mocaf flour in 100 grams are protein 1.2%, fat 0.4%, and 3.4% fiber. Chia seed flour has been shown to increase AMPK expression, while mocaf can increase insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes mellitus.
THE POTENTIAL OF POLLARD AND RICE BRAN WITH FRACTIONATION PROCESS AS RAW MATERIALS FOR HIGH FIBER PROCESSED FOOD Nafisah, Ainun; Nahrowi, Nahrowi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33512/fsj.v3i1.12225

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Rice bran and pollard are by-products of the rice and wheat milling process. These two ingredients are generally not used as the main raw material for food products and are diverted as feed ingredients due to their low nutritional content. The nutrient content that is still present in pollard and rice bran, especially fiber and anti-nutrients, is very useful for people with diabetes and obesity. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of sifting and fractionation on nutrient content and to separate the components of pollard and rice bran using a gravity and molecular weight approach. The experimental design used was CRD (Completely Random Design) Factorial 2 × 3 × 3 for physical test data. Factor A is the material, namely pollard and rice bran, factor B is the position of the fraction, namely top, middle and bottom. Data analysis was performed by analysis of variance (ANOVA) and the significant one will be further analyzed using Duncan's test. The chemical property values were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the value of bulk density (g l-1), compacted bulk density (g l-1), specific gravity (kg l-1), angle of purpose (o) of pollard and rice bran were significantly different (P<0.05) on all three fractions. The highest physical parameters for pollard were at the bottom fraction with the value 386.47 g g l-1, 537.28 g l-1, 1.42 kg l-1, ST 46.98o. The highest physical parameters for rice bran were at the upper fraction with the value of 394.09 g l-1, 526.33 g l-1, 1.50 kg l-1, ST 46.01o. Crude fiber content (%) of pollard and rice bran were the upper fractions 6.77 and 21.69, middle fractions 8.19 and 34.70, lower fractions 5.52 and 32.76. Fractionation technology can separate food ingredients based on chemical components, especially crude fiber with a molecular weight approach so that it can be seen whether the position of the fraction can be optimized or not as a raw material for making high-fiber biscuits. Physical and chemical properties of pollard and rice bran were best in the lower and upper fractions.
CHEMICAL AND ORGANOLEPTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF CHICKEN NUGGET BASED ON COMPOSITE FLOUR FROM MOCAF, BROWN RICE AND CORN STARCH Hairunnissa, Lia; Sari, Arni Komala; Jati, Irawan Satrio; Shalihah, Ila Maratush; Akifah, Sarah Dhia; Izzati, Azizah Nur; Putri, Nia Ariani; Najah, Zulfatun
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33512/fsj.v3i1.12224

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One of the foods favored by the public is nugget which is a fast food group with meat-based ingredients. In this study, mocaf, brown rice flour and corn starch were used as an alternative fillers to wheat flour as a means of reducing dependence on wheat flour as an imported product and increasing the nutritional content of nuggets. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of variations in the formulation of ingredients on the organoleptic characteristics and chemical content of the nuggets that were most favored by the panelists. This research began with the nugget formulation, followed by organoleptic testing and chemical characterization of the nugget formula that was preferred by the panelists. The average results of the affection test showed that nugget B was preferred to nugget A, which used less, with the ingredient formula having a ratio of mocaf, brown rice flour and cornstarch, namely 4:1:3 (60g:15g:45g). The selected nugget formula contains water as much as 57.553%, fat content 1.055%, ash content 1.955%, protein 29.195%, crude fiber 16.064%, and carbohydrates other than fiber 10.205%. By not using wheat flour as the main ingredient, these nuggets can be regarded as an alternative food that is low in gluten and high in fiber because of the content in carrots, brown rice flour, and mocaf.

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