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Evaluation of Mineral Content in Convenience Baby Food

한국식품위생안전성학회지 2020년 35권 5호 p.489 ~ 494
조영선, 김기철, 신상운, 성진희, 김지은, 백은진, 이은빈, 김혜진, 박용배, 윤미혜,
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조영선 ( Cho Young-Sun ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division
김기철 ( Kim Ki-Cheol ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division
신상운 ( Shin Sang-Woon ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division
성진희 ( Sung Jin-Hee ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division
김지은 ( Kim Ji-Eun ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division
백은진 ( Baek Eun-Jin ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division
이은빈 ( Lee Eun-Bin ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division
김혜진 ( Kim Hye-Jin ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division
박용배 ( Park Yong-Bae ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division
윤미혜 ( Yun Mi-Hye ) - Gyeonggi Province Institute of Health and Environment Food and Drug Research Division

Abstract


A total of 101 samples of convenience baby food products were analyzed by microwave digestion and mineral nutrients (iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium) were determined by inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES). By type, the samples included 44 rice porridges, 40 soft-boiled rices, 11 purees, and 6 powders. The mean values for iron (Fe) content were 0.05 to 0.45 mg/100 g (excepted powder type, mg/l0 g). This was equivalent to 22.35% for rice porridge, 10.55% for soft-boiled rice, 9.88% for puree and 2.74% for powder type compared to the KDRIs (Dietary Reference Intakes for Koreans), respectively. The mean values for zinc (Zn) was 0.06 to 0.28 mg/100 g (excepted powder type, mg/l0 g) and the KDRI ratio was the lowest at 5.94% in puree, with 27.76%, 28.95% and 10.91% in rice porridge, soft-boiled rice and powder type, respectively. Calcium (Ca) content relative to KDRIs was relatively low compared to other minerals, with 6.65% for rice porridge, 3.61% for soft-boiled rice, 6.24% for puree and 3.07% for powder type, respectively. The magnesium (Mg) content of baby food ranged from 13.4% to 39.0% compared to KDRIs, and was included in all baby food as a whole. For balanced nutritional mineral supply to infants, it is recommended that information on mineral sources and ingredients in convenience baby food be clearly provided to ensure proper growth and development.

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Mineral nutrients;Baby food; KDRIs

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