Reference: Putra MD, et al. (2014) Production of fructose from highly concentrated date extracts using Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Biotechnol Lett 36(3):531-6

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Large amounts of low-quality dates produced worldwide are wasted. Here, highly concentrated fructose syrups were produced via selective fermentation of date extracts with Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Syrups with 95.4-99.9 % (w/w) fructose yields were obtained from date extracts having an initial sugar range of 49-374 g/l without media supplementation; the corresponding ethanol yields were between 69 and 52 % (w/w). At 470 g initial sugars/l, fructose and ethanol yields were 84 and 47 % (w/w), respectively, and the product contained 62 % (w/w) fructose, which is higher than the widely available commercial 42 and 55 % (w/w) high fructose corn syrups. The commercial potential for conversion of waste dates to high-value products is thus demonstrated.

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Putra MD, Abasaeed AE, Al-Zahrani SM, Gaily MH, Sulieman AK, Zeinelabdeen MA, Atiyeh HK
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