Government and University Research Experts’ Solutions in the United Fresh FreshTech Learning Center

The annual S-294 poster session at United Fresh, May 1-3 in Dallas, features cutting-edge research on food safety and quality aspects of fresh and fresh-cut produce, from an international range of researchers and research organizations, providing information and new technologies to the produce industry. Posters will be available for viewing at all times that the show floor is open, and researchers will be available at their posters to discuss their research, Wednesday, May 2, 2 to 4 pm.

The topics include:

  •  Addressing Critical Steps for Fresh-cut Artichoke Processing
  • Brief Hot Water Treatment Can Improve Tomato Sensory and Nutritional Quality
  • Comprehensive Approach to Enhance Quality and Safety of Ready-to-eat Fresh Products (QUAFETY)
  • Development of the Low Temperature Thermal Treatment (LT3) Process to Sanitize Fresh-cut Cantaloupe 
  • Effect of Heat Treatment on Microbial Quality of Fiddleheads
  • Effect of Rigid Containers on the Shelf Life of Shell-on Chestnuts under Retail Storage Conditions
  • Effectiveness of Wheat Gluten-based Films Containing Naturally Occurring Cinnamaldehyde and Natamycin against the Growth of Main Postharvest Fungi
  • E. coli Survival Is Lower in Romaine Lettuce Having Higher Chlorophyll Content due to Greater Cutting-induced Hydrogen Peroxide Production
  • Evaluation of Infrared Technology for Temperature Audits of Bagged Leafy-green Produce in Retail Cold-chain Display
  • Extending the Shelf Life of Edible Flowers with Controlled Release of 1-Methylcyclopropene and Modified Atmosphere Packaging
  • Impact of Heat Treatments on the Volatile Composition of Apples
  • Inactivation of Salmonella, Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Non-O157 STEC by Hypochlorite Solutions with High Organic Loads
  • Minimizing Microbial Food Safety Hazards of Fresh and Fresh-cut Fruits and Vegetable
  • Optimizing Growth Conditions for Lactic Acid Bacteria and Bacteriocin Activity
  • Research Unit in Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops at the University of Foggia, Italy
  • Surface Decontamination Technologies for Enhancing Safety and Shelf life of Cantaloupes
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