Pendekatan Percepatan Kerusakan Oksidatif dengan Parameter Periode Induksi untuk Pendugaan Umur Simpan
Pratomo, Andino Yudho
Imam, Rosita Hardwianti
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Oil stability index (OSI) is a method oil quality measurement that uses the principle of oil accelerated oxidative damage by heat and oxygen exposure. This study aims to apply the principles of accelerated oxidative damage in measuring the quality of palm oil and its application to estimate the shelf life of peanut products. The study was conducted in three phases, namely: designing instruments, precision testing of instruments, and shelf life testing of peanut products. The results show large variations in measurements with a value 89.06% of %GRR. Bias that comes from the instrument more influence on the measurement variation instead of the bias that comes from the appraiser, with the value of repeatability (equipment variation/EV) of 0.36 and the value reproducibility (appraiser variation/AV) of 0.09. The use of peanuts as sample produce smaller instrument bias than the instrument bias resulting on the use of palm oil samples. Anova test results showed no significant differences in part factors on the use of the peanuts sample, whereas the use of palm oil samples showed significant differences in part factors. Testing a sample of peanuts using an unmashed and mashed peanuts showed significant differences in the treatment of mashed peanuts. The results of peanuts accelerated shelf life testing (ASLT) showed a shelf life of peanut products without treatment/whole particle (3 months 18 days) is more similar to the result of peanut product shelf life testing in laboratory sensory Garudafood PT Putra Putri Jaya (3 months 27 days) when compared with the shelf life of mashed peanut products (2 months 22 days).