Effect of Grape Pomace Extracts Obtained from Different Grape Varieties on Microbial Quality of Beef Patty

Authors

  • Osman Sagdic,

    1. Authors Sagdic, Ozturk , and Yetim are with Engineering Faculty, Dept. of Food Engineering and author Yilmaz is with Safiye Cikrikcioglu Vocational College, Dept. of Food Technology, Erciyes Univ., 38039, Kayseri-Turkey. Direct inquiries to author Sagdic (E-mail: osagdic@erciyes.edu.tr).
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  • Ismet Ozturk,

    1. Authors Sagdic, Ozturk , and Yetim are with Engineering Faculty, Dept. of Food Engineering and author Yilmaz is with Safiye Cikrikcioglu Vocational College, Dept. of Food Technology, Erciyes Univ., 38039, Kayseri-Turkey. Direct inquiries to author Sagdic (E-mail: osagdic@erciyes.edu.tr).
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  • Mustafa Tahsin Yilmaz,

    1. Authors Sagdic, Ozturk , and Yetim are with Engineering Faculty, Dept. of Food Engineering and author Yilmaz is with Safiye Cikrikcioglu Vocational College, Dept. of Food Technology, Erciyes Univ., 38039, Kayseri-Turkey. Direct inquiries to author Sagdic (E-mail: osagdic@erciyes.edu.tr).
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  • Hasan Yetim

    1. Authors Sagdic, Ozturk , and Yetim are with Engineering Faculty, Dept. of Food Engineering and author Yilmaz is with Safiye Cikrikcioglu Vocational College, Dept. of Food Technology, Erciyes Univ., 38039, Kayseri-Turkey. Direct inquiries to author Sagdic (E-mail: osagdic@erciyes.edu.tr).
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Abstract

Abstract:  Grape pomace extracts were obtained from 5 different grape varieties grown in Turkey. The extracts were concentrated to obtain crude extracts; and incorporated into beef patties at 0% (Control), 1%, 2%, 5%, and 10% concentrations to test their antimicrobial effects in different storage periods (first, 12, 24, and 48 h). The numbers of microorganism were generally decreased by the extract concentration during the storage period. All the microorganisms tested were inhibited by the extract concentration of 10% in all the storage periods. Furthermore, the foodborne pathogens including Enterobacteriaceae and coliform bacteria, and the spoilage microorganisms including yeasts and moulds and lipolytic bacteria were also inhibited by 5% of Emir, Gamay, and Kalecik Karasi varieties in beef patties. Considering the results, the extracts of grape pomaces might be a good choice in the microbial shelf life extension of the food products as well as inhibiting the food pathogens as the case of beef patties.

Practical Application:  Grape pomace consists of seeds, skins, and stems, and an important by-product that is well known to be the rich source of phenolic compounds, both flavonoids and non-flavonoids. These substances have considerable beneficial effects on human health. The use of natural antimicrobial compounds, like plant extracts of herbs and spices for the preservation of foods has been very popular issue because of their antimicrobial activity. Therefore, grape pomace should be added into some food formulations to benefit from their protective effects. In this respect, this study reports the effect of addition of grape pomace extracts obtained from different grape varieties on microbial quality of beef patty. The results obtained in this study may be useful for food industry, which has recently tended to use natural antimicrobial sources in place of synthetic preservatives to prevent microbial spoilage.

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