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  • Research Article
    Studies on Effect of Storage on Quality of Minimally Processed Babycorn
    Author(s): Sushant Mehan and Darkwa AASushant Mehan and Darkwa AA

    Every food industry needs that its product should be of high perceptible quality and healthy. Freshly cut babycorn is a perishable commodity and has high respiration rate, so it cannot be stored for longer duration and cannot be transported to distant place under ambient conditions. Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) is intended to create an appropriate gaseous atmosphere in film packages to enhance shelf life and to conserve the quality of the packaged produce. The present study was proposed to assess respiratory dynamics and also evaluate the effect of storage on quality of minimally processed babycorn. Respiration parameters were determined using closed system technique at the temperature viz 5°C, 12.5°C, 20°C and 75% relative humidity. Overall, most suitable packaging and storage conditions for extending the shelf life of babycorn were found to be packaging in 25 m.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2157-7110.1000388

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