publication . Other literature type . Article . 2015

Edible films from essential-oil-loaded nanoemulsions: Physicochemical characterization and antimicrobial properties

Acevedo Fani, Alejandra; Salvia Trujillo, Laura; Rojas Grau, María Alejandra; Martín Belloso, Olga;
  • Published: 01 May 2015
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Country: Spain
Abstract
Edible films including active ingredients can be used as an alternative to preserve food products. Essential oils (EOs) exhibit antimicrobial activity against pathogenic microorganisms but their low water solubility limits the application in foods. To improve water dispersion and protect EOs from degradation, nano-sized emulsions emerge as a viable alternative. Nanoemulsions containing EOs and polysaccharides could be used to form edible films with functional properties. This study was focused on the evaluation of physical, mechanical and antimicrobial properties of alginate-based edible films formed from nanoemulsions of EOs. Nanoemulsions containing thyme (TH-...
Subjects
free text keywords: Nanoemulsions, Microfluidization, Essential oil, Edible films, Antimicrobial activity, Olis essencials, Emulsions, Essences and essential oils, Food Science, General Chemistry, General Chemical Engineering, Polysaccharide, chemistry.chemical_classification, chemistry, Sodium alginate, Antimicrobial, Food products, Active ingredient, Aqueous solution, Droplet size, law.invention, law, Chromatography
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publication . Other literature type . Article . 2015

Edible films from essential-oil-loaded nanoemulsions: Physicochemical characterization and antimicrobial properties

Acevedo Fani, Alejandra; Salvia Trujillo, Laura; Rojas Grau, María Alejandra; Martín Belloso, Olga;