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Assessment of the physical, mechanical, and moisture-retention properties of pullulan-based ternary co-blended films


, : Assessment of the physical, mechanical, and moisture-retention properties of pullulan-based ternary co-blended films. Carbohydrate Polymers 112: 94-101

Multi-component substances made through direct blending or blending with co-drying can form films on the surfaces of intermediate moisture foods (IMFs), which help retain moisture and protect food texture and flavor. An IMF film system based on pullulan, with glycerol serving as the plasticizer, was studied using alginate and four different types of polysaccharides (propyleneglycol alginate, pectin, carrageenan, and aloe polysaccharide) as the blend-modified substances. The physical, mechanical, color, transparency, and moisture-retention properties of the co-blended films with the polysaccharides were assessed. A new formula was established for the average moisture retention property, water barrier, tensile strength, elongation at break, and oxygen barrier property of the ternary co-blended films using the Design Expert software. The new model established for moisture content measurement used an indirect method of film formation on food surfaces by humectants, which should expedite model validation and allow a better comprehension of moisture transfer through edible films.

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PMID: 25129721

DOI: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2014.05.044


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