NZ33095 a powerful new enzyme for 2014 harvest to boost olive oil quality!

Pectinex Ultra Olio (formerly NZ33095) has been through various trials in the past seasons.  It has been noted NZ33095 by Novozymes is the most powerful enzyme and very useful for early season fruit for the purpose of pectin degradation.

This table below shows the impact of the use of enzymes on paste extractability with NZ33095 showing the highest 'main-chain' activity.
This table below shows the impact of the use of enzymes on paste extractability with NZ33095 showing the highest ‘main-chain’ activity.
According to an RIRDC funded study that NZ33095 (high main-chain activity) showed consistently lowers pyropheophytin values and higher total polyphenol values.
According to an RIRDC funded study that NZ33095 (high main-chain activity) showed consistently lowers pyropheophytin values and higher total polyphenol values.

It has been estimated that the current industrial efficiency of the Australian olive oil industry ranges between 75 and 87 percent.  For the industry, each additional percentage point of improvement in this efficiency through the proper use of processing aids would represent approximately $500 000 worth of oil per year at current production levels and up to $2 million per year for expected future production levels by 2015.

Download: Evaluation of Processing Aids for Olive Oil Extraction and Quality Improvement (PDF)

In the attached fact sheet NZ33095 has proven it has a higher extractability compares to other enzymes:  Fact Sheet Processing aids for improved olive oil extraction efficiency (PDF)

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