World Journal of
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Abstract

INVENTORY ON THE VALORIZATION OF THE RESIDUES DERIVING FROM THE ORANGES (CITRUS SINENSIS L.) CONSUMPTION IN CÔTE D’IVOIRE

LAGOU Valéry Claver, ASSA Rebecca Rachel, SORO Soronikpoho, KOFFI Kouamé Assamoa, AYOUA Ahua Romuald Wenceslas, CHATIGRE Kouamé Olivier

ABSTRACT

This investigation at field performed about the oranges fruits consumption aimed to assess ways of valorization for the residues of these fruits in Côte d’Ivoire. The investigation was achieved from oranges consumers in ten communes of the district of Abidjan, between March and April 2016. Questionnaires cards were drawn for collecting information regarding oranges consumers’ profile, oranges consumption factors, oranges by-products and their valorization. Thus, the most oranges consumers are adult people over 40 years of age (64.01%) and rather educated (65.7%). The oranges are consumed for properties in vitamin C (51%) and digestive virtues (37%). The colored peels (70%), the whitish membranous mesocarp (20%), the seeds (1%), and even the pulp membrane (4%) are generally parts rejected as consumption wastes. Yet, these residues are known to be valorizable according to 65% consumers. Their valorizations ways deal with food additives (73%), food coloring (25%), soaps and ointments (60%), and detergent products (32%). They’re also supposed to be useful for health (37%), agronomy (70%), and bio-combustible (26%). Accounting the consumers positive interests for the oranges residues, various technological processes could be applied to these consumption by-products for providing more value added to the oranges production.

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