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Effect of different polythene bags on phenols, chlorophyll and carotenoid content of aonla fruits during room temperature storage



Effect of different polythene bags on phenols, chlorophyll and carotenoid content of aonla fruits during room temperature storage



Haryana Journal of Horticultural Sciences 31(3/4): 189-191



Fruits of aonla were packed in 3 types of plastic bags with different thickness, high density polyethylene (HDPE, at 150 and 200 gauges), low density polypropylene (LDPP at 100 and 200 gauge) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC, at 100 and 125 gauges), and stored in cardboard boxes. Fruits packed in HDPE at 200 gauges bags showed the highest chlorophyll content (1.82 mg), and lowest carotenoid content (0.130 mg) after 30 days in storage.

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