Pectinase is an enzyme that catalyzes and hastens the breakdown of pectin, a component of the primary cell wall in plants and fruits such as berries, apples and oranges. Pectinase is used commercially to aid in extracting juices from fruits. By breaking down the cell wall of plants and fruits, pectinase releases the juice from within the cells and this activity is commonly used in the fruit industry that involves degradation of plant materials to speed up extraction of juices from fruits. It is also used in wine production since the 1960s. Pectinase helps breakdown the fruit material and so helps the extraction of flavours from the mash. The presence of pectin in wine causes a haze or slight cloudiness which is unattractive for commercial purposes. Pectinase is used to break this down and so clear the wine. Pectinase is also used for clarifying the extracted juice.
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