Postharvest Management and Value Addition of Underutilised Fruit Crops

Author:

Dr. Arvind Kumar Singh

,

Amit Kumar Singh

Publisher:

ASTRAL INTERNATIONAL (P) LTD.

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Publisher

ASTRAL INTERNATIONAL (P) LTD.

Publication Year 2019
ISBN-13

9789388173834

ISBN-10 938817383X
Binding

Hardcover

Edition First
Number of Pages 242 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 24 X 16 X 1.8
Weight (grms) 540

Horticultural produce plays a significant role in human nutrition by supplying vitamins,minerals, dietary fibre and anti-oxidants to the diet. The quality and safety of underutilized fruit produce reaching the consumer depends upon pre-harvest factors as well as proper post-harvest management practices throughout the food chain. This book reviews the factors which contribute to quality and safety during processing through easy steps of product preparation. Specific examples are given to illustrate the economic implications of investment in and applying proper post-harvest technologies. This book has been planned keeping in view the challenges faced during processing and as per the syllabus approved by ICAR for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Besides dealing with the processed products and processing type of underutilized fruits, this book contains a model question bank and suitable illustration with photographs. In addition to the students completing their undergraduate and postgraduate courses, the book will be great help to the Agriculturist, Horticulturist, Food scientist, as well as researchers and other stakeholders including industrialists.

Dr. Arvind Kumar Singh

Dr. Arvind Kumar Singh did his MA. M Phil; and Ph D in Buddhist Studies from Delhi Univerisity. Presently he is teaching MA and M Phil students at the Department of Buddhist Studies in University of Delhi from where he has obtained all his higher degrees. Along with the teaching assignment, he is also involved in other department activates like assisting the editors of the Departmental journal named Buddhist Studies and due to his hard work and commitment towards this, the department has been able to publish there departmental journal and two more journals are about to be written a book named Animls in Early Buddhism (2006) and co-edited a textbook named A Textbook of the History of Theraveda Buddhism (2007). He has also compiled a book named Researches in Buddhist Studies: A Descriptive Bibliography. He has presented many research articles and the National conference and fue of them have been published in different journals of repute.

Amit Kumar Singh

Dr. Amit Kumar Singh is currently Teaching Associate, RLBCAU, Jhansi. He completed his M.Sc. and Ph.D. from BCKVV, West Bengal. He has been served as assistant Professor Horticulture at MS Swaminathan School of agriculture, CUTM, Gajapati, Odisha for more than two years and received several prestigious awards as well as published dozens of research article in International and National journals.
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