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    This study was designed to evaluate changes in color following pork chop supplementation with porcine hemin, astaxanthin and paprika red in response to repeated freeze-thaw processes. Surface color analyses revealed that hemin significantly enhanced the appearance of the pork chops (P < 0.05), and the coloring efficiency of 0.10% hemin was similar to that of 0.20% astaxanthin and 0.08% paprika red. Sensory evaluations conducted on both raw and fried chops showed that hemin and astaxanthin significantly enhanced the overall acceptability of the chops before and after cooking. The color stability of the pork chops was also evaluated, and the results suggested that the hemin-colored chops were the most stable among the three, upon repeated freeze-thaw cycles. The electronic nose showed that the odor of the hemin-colored samples after 0, 3, and 7 freeze-thaw cycles was better than that of the other two groups. In conclusion, hemin may be a superior supplement for the large scale preparation of prepared pork chop. Copyright © 2021 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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    Kai Zhou, Jie Zhang, Yong Xie, Zhaoming Wang, Xiang Wu, Cong Li, Wu Wang, Hui Zhou, Baocai Xu. Hemin from porcine blood effectively stabilized color appearance and odor of prepared pork chops upon repeated freeze-thaw cycles. Meat science. 2021 May;175:108432

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