The focus of this study was to assess the quality traits and sensory profile of cooked rose shrimps (Parapenaeus longirostris) treated with a phenolic extract, derived from olive vegetation water (PEOVW). To achieve the aim, four different groups of shrimps were analysed, specifically the control (CTRL) group, where the shrimps were soaked in tap water; sulphites (S) group with shrimps soaked in 0.5% sodium metabisulfite tap water solution, phenolic extract (PE) group where a tap water solution containing 2 g/L of phenols was used; and PE+S group where the shrimps were dipped in 0.25% sodium metabisulfite tap water solution containing 1 g/L of phenols. The groups were then stored at 2 °C and analysed on the day of packaging (D0), after 3 (D3), 6 (D6), and 8 (D8) days. On each group, microbiological parameters such as Enterobacteriaceae, mesophilic and psychrotrophic bacteria, and colorimetric indices were investigated on...

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