The Effect of Using Ginger (Zingiber officinale) to Prevente Salmonella typhi. in Some Food Products.

The Effect of Using Ginger (Zingiber officinale) to Prevente Salmonella typhi. in Some Food Products.

  • Ibtisam Fareed Ali
  • Raffat A. Abu-Almaaly
Keywords: Ginger, Salmonella , foods products

Abstract

This study was conducted in order to statement the effect of ginger (Zingiber officinale) extracts in reducing the presence of the bacterium Salmonella typhimurium in some foods products.
Qualitative disclosures effective chemical compounds (alkaloids, flavonoids, phenols, tannins, terpenes) showed that the extracts of ginger an effective compounds as follows: oil extract and fresh juice> aqueous extract warm> aqueous extract cold. And studied the impact extract of fresh ginger juice, hot water ,cold water and oil rates extracts (1,2,3)% in bacteria test has shown that all s of extracts clear impact inhibition has oily extract of ginger recorded the highest value to inhibition zone reaching 35 mm when the concentration of 3%, followed by hot water and then fresh juice extract and then cold water 26,18,16 mm inhibition diameters respectively in the same concentration. In mince transactions laboratories with oily extract and other transaction with dry ginger rates (1, 2, 3)% for both, oil extracted and then dry powder transactions showed a 3% higher than the rest of the influential concentrations in reducing the number of Salmonella reaching, 0,1 ×102 , 2×102 respectively, in comparison with control 4 ×102. when a sensory evaluation of the transactions minced meat cooked laboratories powder dry ginger rates (1, 2, 3)%, treatment 2% showed a clear advantage on the rest of the transactions that preceded and followed, where the degree of sensory evaluation of the qualities of flavor the tenderness and juiciness and public acceptance of 4.1, 4.3, 4.5, 4.6, respectively.

Author Biographies

Ibtisam Fareed Ali

Center For Market Research and Consumer Protection/ University of Baghdad

Raffat A. Abu-Almaaly

Center For Market Research and Consumer Protection/ University of Baghdad

Published
2015-04-14