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Perforation-mediated modified atmosphere packaging of fresh and minimally processed produce—A review

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19796 43130 2015 14 PDF Available
Title
Perforation-mediated modified atmosphere packaging of fresh and minimally processed produce—A review
Abstract

The overwhelming global demand by consumers for convenience and fresh quality fruit and vegetables, heightens the need for appropriate postharvest technologies. In order to maintain freshness quality attributes, extend the shelf life of fresh/minimally processed produce and reduce postharvest losses. Perforation-mediated modified atmosphere packaging (PM-MAP) offers the benefit of avoiding in-package anaerobiosis, extending the shelf life and maintaining quality fresh or minimally processed produce. This article presents an overview on the role of postharvest hurdle technologies in food packaging, critical evaluation of MAP and PM-MAP dependent parameters and the role of mathematical models. Furthermore, the successful application of PM-MAP on fresh and minimally processed produce was highlighted and future research prospects and challenges were identified.

Keywords
Fruit and vegetables; Produce quality; Packaging; Mathematical model
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Food Packaging and Shelf Life - Volume 6, December 2015, Pages 7–20
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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