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 Essential components of the fresh kiwi flavor are butyric acid esters, as well as unsaturated C-6-aldehydes and alcohols, especially 2-hexenal, 2-hexenol, hexanol and hexanal. The unsaturated compounds develop rapidly on maceration of the fruit but reduce in short-term storage of the mash, in deep-freezing or storing the fruit for a short time at temperatures just above the freezing point. In frozen kiwi puree, as well as in whole fruits stored for too long, terpenyl esters, especially linalyl acetate, isobornyl acetate and terpinyl acetate, but also linalool, are found. On the other hand, the content of C-6 aldehydes, C-6 alcohols and butyric acid methyl ester decreases.\\ Essential components of the fresh kiwi flavor are butyric acid esters, as well as unsaturated C-6-aldehydes and alcohols, especially 2-hexenal, 2-hexenol, hexanol and hexanal. The unsaturated compounds develop rapidly on maceration of the fruit but reduce in short-term storage of the mash, in deep-freezing or storing the fruit for a short time at temperatures just above the freezing point. In frozen kiwi puree, as well as in whole fruits stored for too long, terpenyl esters, especially linalyl acetate, isobornyl acetate and terpinyl acetate, but also linalool, are found. On the other hand, the content of C-6 aldehydes, C-6 alcohols and butyric acid methyl ester decreases.\\
-[Pfannhauser,​ Werner. "​Sensorische und instrumentelle analytische Untersuchungen des Kiwi-AromasSensorial and instrumental analytical investigations of Kiwi flavour." Zeitschrift für Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und Forschung 187.3 (1988): 224-228]+[Pfannhauser,​ Werner. "​Sensorische und instrumentelle analytische Untersuchungen des Kiwi-Aromas." Zeitschrift für Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und Forschung 187.3 (1988): 224-228]
  
 "​Comparisons were made between the aroma volatiles of the yellow-fleshed kiwifruit, “Hort16A”,​ at two different stages of eating ripeness:​ firm and soft... A GC-sniffing study showed that many of the most intense compounds, acetaldehyde,​ hexanal, ethyl butanoate, and (E)-2-hexenal but not ethanol, showed odor activity in macerated fruit. In addition, dimethyl sulfide (DMS), a volatile present at very low levels in the fruit, also appeared to be an important contributor to the odor. In vivo analyses also showed much higher levels of aroma compounds in the soft fruit compared to the firm fruit, with evidence of persistence of some compounds, including DMS." \\ "​Comparisons were made between the aroma volatiles of the yellow-fleshed kiwifruit, “Hort16A”,​ at two different stages of eating ripeness:​ firm and soft... A GC-sniffing study showed that many of the most intense compounds, acetaldehyde,​ hexanal, ethyl butanoate, and (E)-2-hexenal but not ethanol, showed odor activity in macerated fruit. In addition, dimethyl sulfide (DMS), a volatile present at very low levels in the fruit, also appeared to be an important contributor to the odor. In vivo analyses also showed much higher levels of aroma compounds in the soft fruit compared to the firm fruit, with evidence of persistence of some compounds, including DMS." \\
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