STUDY ON THE PROCESSING OF TEA BAGS FROM GANODERMA LUCIDUM
Keywords:Ganoderma lucidum Tea bag process Phu Quoc Kien giang
The mushroom is scientifically named as Ganoderma lucidum. Tea bags are popular in the world as a convenient and healthy drinking. Therefore, the research aims to build the process of producing tea bags from the fruiting bodies of Ganoderma lucidum, with a direction to greatly practical applications. The research used Ganoderma lucidum in Phu Quoc city, Kien giang province with 82% moisture, 4,2 % ash, 1.5% tannin. Ganoderma lucidum is dried at 60ºC, crushed to a size of 1 < d < 3 mm and mixed with licorice and stevia with the ratio of 20% and 10% respectively to improve the quality of the product. Analysis of the microbiological quality of the product showed that the total number of aerobic microorganisms is about 4*10⁴ colonies/g, yeast – mold is 2*103 colonies/g, Coliform is 2*102 colonies/g, Salmonella is 0 colonies /25g, meeting TCVN 7975 - 2008 about herbal tea filter bags. The results of the study are an important scientific basis, contributing to the application to improve the value of Ganoderma lucidum reishi in practical production
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