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BANANA POST HARVEST PRACTICES: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS- A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC1337
Citation :- BANANA POST HARVEST PRACTICES: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS- A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2010.(31)
Debabandya Mohapatra, Sabyasachi Mishra* and Namrata Sutar
Address : Faculty of Food Processing Technology & Bio-energy, Anand Agricultural University, Anand-388 110, India.

Abstract

Banana is one of the most appreciated fruit all over the world because of its multipurpose use as
food. Lack of suitable post harvest management practices may lead to a huge economic loss for the
banana producing regions. Different postharvest management practices are in use to enhance its
shelf life by delaying the ripening, reducing respiration rate, and controlling the disease causing
organisms, during transport and storage. An integrated approach can ensure product safety and
quality that reaches the consumer, residing far away from the production area. In this article different
pre-storage treatments viz. pre-cooling, chemical and biological treatment for disinfection, modified
atmospheric packaging, chemical treatment, irradiation, and coating for enhancement of shelf life is
discussed in brief.

Keywords

Banana Shelf life Disinfestations Ripening Respiration Packaging

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