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Food ScienTech Journal
ISSN : 26854279     EISSN : 2715422X     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.33512/fsj.v1i1
FSJ is an open access, peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to the publication of novel research in all aspects of Food Technology, with particular attention paid to the exploration and development of natural products derived from tropical—and especially Indonesian—biodiversity. Original research articles written in English and featuring well-designed studies with clearly analyzed and logically interpreted results are accepted, with a strong preference given to research that has the potential to make significant contributions to both the field of Food Technology and society in general. Topics include, but not limited to : Food Chemistry Food Microbiology Food Engineering Food Industry Management
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THE EVALUATION OF GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES (GMP) IN FISH PROCESSING SME CENTER CASE STUDY OF BALIKPAPAN CITY Hidayat, Taufik; Najah, Zulfatun; Putri, Nia Ariani; Zulmaneri, Zulmaneri
Food ScienTech Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa

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The application of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) is a parameter towards Hazard Analytical Critical Control Procces (HACCP). The Center for Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) X in Balikpapan needs to evaluate its production process to improve the fisheries processing industry that fits the GMP criteria. This study aims to evaluate the application of GMP in fish processing SEM Center. GMP evaluation carries out by looking at the production and building processes through interview and documentation. The evaluation result shows that the facilities and infrastructure of SEM center need to be improved to meet the implementation of good GMP, since it has many critical and major deviations that need to be enhanced in terms of buildings and production processes. Based on the observations, it shows that there are 20 minor findings, 30 major findings, 28 serious findings, and 30 critical findings that are found. Deviations in the SEM center is categorized as D grade, so they are not feasible for a production process.
CHEMICAL AND SENSORY CHARACTERISTIC OF SORGHUM (SORGHUM BICOLOR) TAPAI WITH TRADITIONAL PACKAGING Putra, Andre Yusuf Trisna; Rosida, Rosida; Azmir, Khoirul
Food ScienTech Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Tapai is one of the traditional food from Java island. Nowadays, traditional food is being ignored by people. Conserving traditional foods are needed. Processing into a variety of foods that has good nutrition can make traditional food exist. Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor)is a good source of carbohydrates, fibers, phenolic compounds, and antioxidant. However, it has not been fully utilized. Bitter taste, sandy texture and unpleasant aroma in sorghum cause people do not like. Therefore, this study aimed to develop tapai from sorghum. This study will focus on the evaluation of starch content, pH, acidity content, sugar content and sensory evaluation tapai made from varieties of sorghum and types of natural packaging. The method used in this study was the experimental method using a completely randomized factorial design consisting of two factors, variable of sorghum (white, red and brown sorghum) and types of natural packaging (banana leaf, pandanus leaf, and guava leaf) with two replications. Duncan's multiple range tests were performed with a 5% significance for statistical analysis. Results revealed that the highest starch content was 27,4% in tapai from brown sorghum with banana leaf packaging. Regarding sugar content, tapai from brown sorghum with banana leaf packaging had the highest result. Whereas, based on sensory evaluation, tapai from white sorghum with banana leaf packaging was the most favored by panelists. 
THE EFFECT OF IMPROVER ADDITION ON SWEET BREAD MADE FROM WHEAT FLOUR Kartikasari, Subekah Nawa; Sari, Puspita; Subagio, Achmad
Food ScienTech Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Modified starch produced in the MOCAF manufacturing process is still not widely used, so further studies are needed regarding the utilization of modified MOCAF-based starch. According to Miyazaki et al., (2006), starch can be used to improve the quality of bread. The raw materials used in the research are ADIRA cassava and cakra flour for sweet bread. The method used RAL with 3 factors, A type of control treatment improver (without addition of improver), addition of improver (native) and improver (modification), treatment B with variations in the amount of treatment added water (480, 510, 540 ml), and treatment C with variations in the concentration of the number of improvers added (0.125, 5 and 1%), each was repeated 3 times. In the application of sweet bread the data obtained from the results of the study were analyzed using the ANOVA (Analysis of Variant) test, if the treatment had a significant effect (p <0.05), Duncan's Multiple Range Test would be carried out to see the differences in each treatment given. and continued the Effectiveness test to get the best treatment of bread produced. The lowest density value is 0.17 ± 0.00 (g / cm3) in the F3 improver (1% + 540 ml). The lowest texture was obtained after storage on day 1 of the F3 improver (1% + 540 ml) with a value of 36 ± 6 g / 10mm. Based on the sensory test, the overall breadth appearance score, the color of the inside of the bread, and the aroma, ranged from likes to the value of 4. The F3 improver treatment (1% + 540 ml) has a texture and taste which is preferred with values 4.25 and 4.25 and ease of swallowing with a value of 4.17. The effectiveness value of 0.8 in treatment F3 (1% + 540 ml). The conclusion is that the improver in F3 treatment is best used as an improver on sweet bread.
A SHORT REVIEW OF BONGKREKIC ACID IN FOOD SAFETY PERSPECTIVE Riyanto, Rifqi Ahmad
Food ScienTech Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Food safety is one of the concern today for consumer and producer of food products. One of its aspect is the availability of dangerous toxin. Bongkrekic acid belongs to foodborne toxin commonly produced by bacteria Burkholderia cocovenenans. This toxin?s name comes from Indonesian local food, tempe bongkrek, and made several outbreaks in Indonesia with casualties. Bongkrekic acid causes lethal food poisoning which is associated with hyperglycemia. Studies of the bacteria and toxin itself had developed the strategies to prevent the outbreaks. Supported by the hygiene and technologies in parts of the world, bongkrekic acid could be considered under control in the perspective of food safety today.
AMYLOGRAPHY PROFILE AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF BENENG TARO BANTEN (XANTHOSOMA UNDIPES K. KOCH) STARCH Pamela, Vega Yoesepa; Nurtiana, Winda; Meindrawan, Bayu
Food ScienTech Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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High demand of flour import for food applications was a big threaten for food security in Indonesia. The utilization of carbohydrate sources from local food plants can be an alternative to overcome this problem. Beneng taro is a local food from Pandeglang, Banten Province that potential to be used as composite flour. The application of food products, Beneng taro can be used as starch. The purpose of this study is to analyze the characteristics of Beneng taro starch on the amylographic profile of the granules and their morphology. The extraction method used is wet extraction using distilled water. The ratio of taro and distilled water used is 1: 3. The optimum formulation (1: 3) was then tested for morphological properties using SEM instrument and amylograph profile using RVA instrument. SEM test results showed uniform starch granules and polygon-shaped granules. The amylographic profile shown a maximum viscosity of 1075cP with a temperature of 92.4oC at 270 seconds, a set back value of 186 cP and a break down of 214 cP. Based on the amylographic profile, beneng taro starch still has many weaknesses (large set back and break down) so it needs to be modified so that it can be applied to food products.
ANALOGUE SAUSAGE FORMULATION OF TEMPEH-WHITE OYSTER MUSHROOMS (PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS) WITH THE ADDITION OF CARRAGEENAN Rohmawati, Septi; Mustofa, Akhmad; Widanti, Yannie Asrie
Food ScienTech Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Sausage is a food product that is processed as a variety of food. Tempeh and white oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) contain many nutrients needed by the body. In addition, carrageenan also contributes to the nutritional content of the product. This research was conducted to determine the chemical and sensory characteristics of sausage that are rich in fiber and received by consumers. This study used completely randomized design method (CRD) which consists of two factors. The first factor was the substitution of tempeh and white oyster mushroom with a ratio of 50:100; 75:75; 100:50. The second factor was the addition of carrageenan, including 4, 6 and 8 g. The chosen formulation was on the treatment of a comparison of 75 g of tempehh and 75 g of white oyster mushroom with the addition 6 g of carrageenan. The chemical properties of the analogue sausage was:14% of protein, 11.22% of fat, 44.24% of moisture, 6.02% of crude fiber, 2.37% of ash and 27.29% of total cabohydrate. While for sensory test color was 2.96, flavour tempeh 2.45, flavour of mushroom 1.74, texture of 2.55 and overall preference 2.45.
INDONESIAN FOOD INDUSTRY ON HALAL SUPPLY CHAINS Peristiwo, Hadi
Food ScienTech Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Halal food industry is one of the potential economic sectors. This industry is experiencing a rapid global development. Indonesia is a country with the most Muslim population in the world. In addition, this country also has various potentials great in developing the halal food industry on the global scene. However, various existing problems and forms of regulation make Indonesia still unable to compete with other countries. Therefore, this review tries to explore various opportunities and the challenges of the halal food industry at Indonesian, especially in terms of the halal supply chain at industrial revolution 4.0. The method used is library research using a variety of secondary sources as research material.
SORTING MANALAGI APPLE (MALUS SYLVETRIS MILL) USING IMAGE PROCESSING APPLICATION Slamet, Ahmad Haris Hasanuddin; Soedibyo, Dedy Wirawan
Food ScienTech Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Manalagi apple (Malus sylvestris Mill) is one type of apple that has been widely known by the public in Indonesia. Fruit sorting in Indonesia, particularly Manalagi apple, is carried out manually so it is still at a disadvantage. This study aimed to arrange image processing applications with criteria for size, width, height, color, and defect area of fruits. The samples of Manalagi apple used in this study were 130 with 50 each in the non reject and reject quality classes and 30 for the validation test. Manalagi apple samples were obtained from one of the collectors located in Batu City. The image of Manalagi apple processed gained several variables, including perimeter, area, height, width, r, g, b, and defect area. Based on statistical analysis, image quality variables that could be used as input for making applications in the form of logical sentences were perimeter, area, and defect area. Based on the application, the validation test obtained an accuracy of 86.65%.
PHENOL COMPONENT OF FRESH AND BOILED SEA GRAPES (CAULERPA SP.) FROM TUAL, MALUKU Nurjanah, Nurjanah; Jacoeb, Agoes Mardiono; Asmara, Diah Asih; Hidayat, Taufik
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Caulerpa sp. commonly found in Tual, Southeast Maluku waters. Caulerpa sp. is generally consumed by coastal communities in it is raw form as salads or boiled. Nutrient information and total phenol compounds of Caulerpa sp. during boiling has not been reported. The aim of this study is to determine bioactive components and the levels of total phenol compounds Caulerpa sp. as a result of the boiling process. The boiling process is carried out for 5 minutes at 90 . Boiling process causes loss of flavonoids in Caulerpa sp. Total phenol compounds after boiling decreased by 11.76 mg GAE/g extract. Total phenolic of fresh Caulerpa sp. has better results than by boiling process.
COLOR AND HARDNESS COMPARISON BETWEEN PARBOILED AND NORMAL BLACK RICE Widyasaputra, Reza; Syamsir, Elvira; Budijanto, Slamet
Food ScienTech Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Parboiling process had a potency to change the color and rice grain hardness of black rice. Although, this process could reduce the cooking time and improve the texture of black rice. The aim of this research was to compare the color difference and grain hardness from normal black rice and two different parboiled black rice. Cempo Ireng black rice variety as a sample was taken from local farmer in Ciampea, Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. There was normal (without parboiling process) black rice and two kind of parboiled black rice used in this research. First, parboiled black rice X (0% sodium citrate concentration, 5 minute steming time, and 1 time freezing-thawing cycle), parboiled black rice Y (5% sodium citrate concentration, 15 minutes steaming time, and 4 times freezing-thawing cycles). One way Anova, Least Square Difference (LSD) and Independent sample t-test was used to determine the significant differences between mean values. There was significant difference on color parameter between normal and parboiled black rice grain. In cooked rice, there was significant difference on lightness parameter only. The grain of parboiled black rice X was harder than Y.

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