Probiotics enrichment on non-dairy frozen dessert product
Based on the definition made by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Foodrnand Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (2002), probiotics are livernmicroorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a healthrnbenefit on the host. To be able to give those benefits, they need a delivery vehicle.rnNon-dairy frozen dessert product could be an alternative. It was enriched with tworndifferent kinds of probiotics; Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacteria bifidum.rnThe pH and viability of those strains were analyzed. Based on the research, samplernwith Bifidobacteria bifidum had the lowest pH and showed best viability. It was thenrnfurther investigated using sensory tests. Based on the sensory tests that had beenrnconducted, there?s no significant different between non-dairy frozen dessert productrnwith or without probiotics bacteria. There?s also no significant different of thernacceptance level of color, taste, overall and texture attributes between samples withrndifferent probiotics.
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