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Effect of Menthol Absorption by Packaging Material on the Quality of Yogurt Drink during Storage Time
J. Agr. Sci. Tech
Interaction of menthol with polyethylene terephthalate bottles during storage time was tested at three different temperatures. Menthol is a mint flavor agent added to yogurt drinks in Iran and is considered as a factor affecting consumer acceptance. Absorption of menthol to packaging material could cause a loss of quality in the final product due to diminished flavor intensity. Tests were done on the effects of environmental conditions (storage for three months at temperatures of 4, 25, andfatcat:vvlyy7c3uncb5dzqgzni5fmolq