Postharvest Management of Fresh Produce: Recent Advances

Bhim Pratap Singh (Editor), Shekhar Agnihotri (Editor), Garima Singh (Editor), Vijai Kumar Gupta (Editor)

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Postharvest Management of Fresh Produce: Recent Advances critically addresses the latest issues, challenges, and technological advancements in postharvest management of fresh commodities, especially fruits, nuts, and vegetables. The book covers the intriguing correlation of preharvest treatments, maturity indices and postharvest operations that significantly affect the postharvest quality of fresh produce. Further topics include packaging, logistics and storage technologies, the role of microbial communities, and ‘omics’ strategies in postharvest disease management. Special attention is given to the latest trends of nanotechnology, internet of things (IoTs), and blockchain technologies in food supply chain management of perishable products. The book is a great resource for young and experienced professionals in academia, industry, and UG/PG students to explore a diversified range of topics in postharvest strategies relevant to food processing, food technologies, agro-processing and quality control.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages379
ISBN (Electronic)9780323911320
ISBN (Print)9780323984881
Publication statusFirst published - 4 Aug 2023

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