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by Laszlo Somogyi,Hosahalli S. Ramaswamy,Y. H. Hui

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ISBN:
1566763622
Author:
Laszlo Somogyi,Hosahalli S. Ramaswamy,Y. H. Hui
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
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CRC Press; 1 edition (May 16, 1996)
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528 pages
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Expanded coverage includes fresh-cut fruits, non-thermal methods of fruit processing, and more information on the effects of cultivar or variety and maturity on processed product quality

Expanded coverage includes fresh-cut fruits, non-thermal methods of fruit processing, and more information on the effects of cultivar or variety and maturity on processed product quality. It presents a wide range of information on fruits and fruit products and covers traditional as well as the newest technologies.

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Hosahalli S. Ramaswamy (born 13 November 1950), also popularly known as Swamy, is a Canadian food scientist of Indian origin, Professor of Food Science at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Ramaswamy (born 13 November 1950), also popularly known as Swamy, is a Canadian food scientist of Indian origin, Professor of Food Science at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and a visiting professor at Zhejiang University, China and Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia. Currently, he is the President of Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology.

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Processing Fruits: Science and Technology, Laszlo P. Somogyi, Diane M. Barrett, Hosahalli S. Ramaswamy, . 47. 0 (two-volume set), ISBN: 1 56676 362 2.

Processing Fruits: Science and Technology, Laszlo P. Article. Modern fruit science: orchard and small fruit culture 6. ED.

Processing fruits : science and technology. Direct Food Additives in Fruit Processing. Laszlo P. Somogyi, Hosahalli S. Ramswamy, Ying Hua Hui. 1996

Processing fruits : science and technology. Diane M. Barrett, Laszlo P. Part I: biology, principles and applications. Classification, Composition of Fruits, and Postharvest Maintenance of Quality. Refrigerated and Controlled Modified Atmosphere Storage. 1996.

This Publication presents information about the latest developments in fruit processing . In Volume 1, starting with the postharvest handling of fruits, we discuss all food processing technologies that are applied to fruit preservation. Also included in this volume are other essential features of fruit processing operations, such as: the food additives used, microbiology, quality assurance, packaging, grades and standards of fruits, and waste management.