Modern Phytomorphology

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Komalpreet Kaur

Department of Food Science and Technology, Lovely Professional University, Punjab, India


  • Review   
    Enhancement of strawberry shelf life with coating: A review
    Author(s): Komalpreet Kaur* and Anil Kumar

    As the world population is increasing and the requirements for the fruits and vegetables is also increasing all around the world. According to year 2018, fruit production has reached up to 7.1 million tonnes. Food stocks can be increased for future generations. Supply of food and accessibility can be increased by increasing demand, improving delivery, and reducing losses. Fruit’s perishable nature makes it susceptible to loss in post-harvested crops, particularly when it distributed for long distance. Applying coating to the fruit will help to reduce the amount of impoverishment. Different types of post-harvest coatings applied on fruits e.g. bananas, strawberries, mangoes, pineapples, and avocados which prolongs the storage survival, loss of water, chilling injuries loss. To satisfy the supply needs of future generations, food processing industries must prevent postharvest loss.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7735668

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