International Conference on Quality in Chains. An Integrated View on Fruit and Vegetable Quality

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9789066059764
0567-7572
This title is available in electronic format.
€ 157
July 2003
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Wageningen (Netherlands)
July 6, 2003

Online articles

THE FUTURE OF QUALITY

  • R.L. Shewfelt
  • J.D. Henderson

FROM FARM TO CONSUMER - LINKING CROP PHYSIOLOGY AND PRODUCTION WITH BUYER - ORIENTED QUALITY. I. VEGETABLES

  • M.D. Kleinhenz
  • J.C. Scheerens
  • D.M. Francis
  • T.J.K. Radovich
  • D.G. French
  • A. Gazula
  • A. Wszelaki
  • A. Sanchez-Vela
  • A.A.C. McIntyre
  • J. Delwiche
  • P. Ling
  • K. Amisi
  • D.J. Doohan

QUALITY MODELLING

  • L.M.M. Tijskens

PRE-HARVEST FACTORS AND FRESH-CUT VEGETABLES QUALITY

  • A. Chiesa
  • D. Frezza
  • A. Fraschina
  • G. Trinchero
  • S. Moccia
  • A. León

SELECTION OF 'SPRINGBRIGHT' NECTARINES BY TIME-RESOLVED REFLECTANCE SPECTROSCOPY (TRS) TO PREDICT FRUIT QUALITY IN THE MARKETING CHAIN

  • P. Eccher Zerbini
  • M. Grassi
  • M. Fibiani
  • A. Rizzolo
  • G. Biscotti
  • A. Pifferi
  • A. Torricelli
  • R. Cubeddu

PREDICTING FRESH PRODUCE QUALITY IN SUPPLY CHAINS

  • D. Aggarwal
  • A.J. Prussia
  • S.E. Prussia
  • A. Nunez
  • D.S. NeSmith
  • W.J. Florkowski
  • D.E. Lynd

INTERACTIONS OF PRE- AND POSTHARVEST INFLUENCES ON FRUIT AND VEGETABLE QUALITY AS BASIC DECISION FOR CHAIN MANAGEMENT

  • M. Schreiner
  • S. Huyskens-Keil
  • A. Krumbein
  • H. Prono-Widayat
  • P. Peters
  • P. Lüdders;

FOOD HAZARDS AND CONSUMER AWARENESS: AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS IN INDIA

  • N. Poole
  • F. Marshall
  • D. te Lintelo
  • D.S. Bhupal
  • C. Sen

QUALITY MANIPULATION AND MONITORING IN PROCESSES: PRODUCT-CLIMATE INTERACTION, QUALITY CONTROL

  • B.M. Nicolaï
  • E. Bobelyn
  • M. Hertog
  • D. Marquenie
  • P. Verboven
  • B. Verlinden

IMPROVEMENT OF TEXTURE BY MODIFYING PROCESSING CONDITIONS

  • L. Ahrné
  • G. Gonzalez-Martinez
  • I. Sjöholm
  • K. Nilsson

AUTOMATIC PRODUCE QUALITY MONITORING IN REEFER CONTAINERS

  • L.J.S. Lukasse
  • M.G. Sanders
  • J.E. de Kramer

USING SUPPLY CHAIN INFORMATION: MAPPING PIPFRUIT AND KIWIFRUIT QUALITY

  • J.-P. Praat
  • F. Bollen
  • D. Gillgren
  • J. Taylor
  • A. Mowat
  • N. Amos

APPLIED GENOMICS - AN INNOVATIVE TOOL TO IMPROVE QUALITY IN CHAINS

  • M. van Wordragen
  • P. Balk
  • R. Hall
  • M. Nijenhuis
  • H. van den Broeck
  • O. Vorst
  • A. Poelman

FROM FARM TO CONSUMER - LINKING CROP PHYSIOLOGY AND PRODUCTION WITH BUYER-ORIENTED QUALITY. II. FRUITS.

  • J.C. Scheerens
  • M.D. Kleinhenz
  • D.C. Ferree
  • R.C. Funt
  • D.D. Miller
  • T.E. Steiner
  • A. Sanchez-Vela

BITTERNESS IN CARROTS AS QUALITY INDICATOR

  • M. Kleemann
  • W.J. Florkowski

APPRECIATION AND ANALYSIS OF LYCOPENE CONTENT OF TOMATO

  • L. Helyes
  • S. Brandt
  • K. Réti
  • E. Barna
  • A. Lugasi

NON-DESTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUE TO ASSESS INTERNAL FRUIT QUALITY

  • G. Costa
  • M. Noferini
  • G. Fiori
  • A. Orlandi
  • O. Miserocchi

INTRODUCING NONDESTRUCTIVE FLESH COLOR AND FIRMNESS SENSORS TO THE TREE FRUIT INDUSTRY

  • C. Valero
  • C. Crisosto
  • D. Garner
  • E. Bowerman
  • D. Slaughter

TIME EVOLUTION OF TOMATO QUALITY PARAMETERS VERSUS STORAGE CONDITIONS

  • M.D. López
  • M. Contreras
  • A.R. Fernández-Alba

QUALITY OF STRAWBERRIES AFTER STIMULATED AIR FREIGHT CONDITIONS

  • E. Laurin
  • M. Cecilia
  • N. Nunes
  • J.P. Emond
  • J.K. Brecht

NON CONVENTIONAL TREATMENTS TO REDUCE FIGS DECAY

  • S. D'Aquino
  • A. Palma
  • A. Dore
  • M. Agabbio