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Storage stability of aonla fruits: A comparative study of zero-energy cool chamber versus room temperature



Storage stability of aonla fruits: A comparative study of zero-energy cool chamber versus room temperature



Journal of Food Science & Technology 30(3): 202-203



Physiological loss in weight, decay and loss of vitamin C content were considerably less in fruits stored under zero-energy cool chamber as compared to those stored at room temperature. Under zero-energy cool chamber, the fruits of 'Chakaiya' cultivar can be stored up to 12 days with acceptable minimum decay and quality loss, as against 4 days at room temperature.

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