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Year:
2005
Authors :
רודוב, ויקטור
;
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Volume :
Co-Authors:

Watada, Alley E.; Izumi, Hidemi; Luo, Yaguang

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From page:
149
To page:
203
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Total pages:
55
)
Abstract:

Fresh-cut produce is a rapidly growing segment of the fresh produce industry, with sales of 
fresh-cut products at~ $11 billion in 2000 in the US, and an annual growth rate of 10–15% 
was predicted for 2000–2005 (Anonymous, 2000). Convenience, nutrition, and freshness 
are the main driving forces for the soaring popularity of fresh-cut products and the rapid 
development of the industry. In addition, fresh-cut produce also offers other advantages over 
bulk produce in terms of waste management, shipping, and in-store labor cost reduction. 
Processing of fresh-cut products involves peeling, cutting, washing/sanitizing, drying, and 
packaging (Figure 7.1). The finished products remain in a minimally processed and fresh 
state, and are ready to eat. 

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fresh-cut produce
technology and storage
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0
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גוגל סקולר
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פרק מתוך ספר
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Language:
אנגלית
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Scientific Publication
Fresh-Cut Produce

Watada, Alley E.; Izumi, Hidemi; Luo, Yaguang

Fresh-Cut Produce

Fresh-cut produce is a rapidly growing segment of the fresh produce industry, with sales of 
fresh-cut products at~ $11 billion in 2000 in the US, and an annual growth rate of 10–15% 
was predicted for 2000–2005 (Anonymous, 2000). Convenience, nutrition, and freshness 
are the main driving forces for the soaring popularity of fresh-cut products and the rapid 
development of the industry. In addition, fresh-cut produce also offers other advantages over 
bulk produce in terms of waste management, shipping, and in-store labor cost reduction. 
Processing of fresh-cut products involves peeling, cutting, washing/sanitizing, drying, and 
packaging (Figure 7.1). The finished products remain in a minimally processed and fresh 
state, and are ready to eat. 

Scientific Publication
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