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Objective measurement of aroma quality of golden delicious apples as a function of controlled atmosphere storage time

Objective measurement of aroma quality of golden delicious apples as a function of controlled atmosphere storage time

Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 31(4): 809-813

Flavor quality of 'Golden Delicious' apples as a function of controlled-atmosphere storage time is studied by using aroma analysis as an objective criterium. For representative aroma isolation, a fast headspace concentration technique, which isolates the volatiles released during maceration of the fruits, is used. As flavor quality is a dynamic process, the evolution of volatiles as a function of ripening after removal from controlled atmosphere is followed for 6 periods during the storage season. Results objectively indicate an important decrease in aroma quality after long controlled-atmosphere storage.

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DOI: 10.1021/jf00118a033

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