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Figure S1. LC-MS chromatograms of enzymically produced compounds in vitro. The [M-H] ion chromatograms were selected for: (A) m/z 345.1, gallic acid-O-glucuronides; (B) m/z 301.1, vanillic acid-O-glucuronides; (C) m/z 233.1, proctocatechuic acid-O-sulfate; (D) m/z 465.1, (-)-epicatechin-O-glucuronides.

Table S1. Quantification of total anthocyanins, 5-O-caffeoylquinic acid, and 3-O-caffeoylquinic acid [mg/500 mL] in fruit puree ingested by volunteers determined by HPLC-DAD (details see materials and methods section)

Table S2. Structure of metabolites of protocatechuic, vanillic and gallic acids, and presence in human urine using the Orbitrap LC-MS.

Table S3. Structure of metabolites of caffeic and ferulic acids, and presence in human urine using the Orbitrap LC-MS.

Table S4. Structure of metabolites of dihydrocaffeic acid and dihydroferulic acid, and presence in human urine using the Orbitrap LC-MS.

Table S5. Structure of metabolites of (-)-epicatechin and presence in human urine using the Orbitrap LC-MS.

Table S6. Structure of metabolites of catechol and pyrogallol, and presence in human urine using the Orbitrap LC-MS.

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