Category: Fruit trade
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
Category: Electronic books
Author: Douglas Mactavish,Donald L. Neumann
View: 2830This book is the essential pastoral resource to help you prepare the liturgy each day of the liturgical year! If you are a priest or deacon, liturgist, music director, worship team member, religious educator, or simply interested in more information about Catholic liturgy, this publication will be an invaluable tool. This year's edition includes quotations for reflection from Laudato si'.
Author: United States. Department of Agriculture
Author: Harold E. Pattee
View: 8455Acceptance or rejection of any edible commodity, whether it is raw or processed, is usually conditioned by sensory stimuli. The impact of these stimuli on the decision-making proce·ss is broadly termed sensory evaluation. Advances in sensory evaluation research have been slow in the past because of the human factor-the necessity to use highly trained sensory panels to conduct this research. High technology in strumentation and new understandings of sensory evaluations are now combining to make possible quantum jumps forward in sensory eval uation research. It is widely recognized that the sensory aspects of fruits and vegeta bles are affected by many factors, among them environment, variety, cultural practices, and handling practices. However, if one attempts to find a general reference or compilation of findings regarding this sub ject area there seems to be few, if any, available. A survey of the literature does suggest that in the past few years research into specific factors which influence the sensory aspects of fruits and vegetables has increased significantly. This increased interest in sensory research and the renewed national awareness of the value of research into pre and postharvest quality of fruits and vegetables prompted the Flavor Subdivision, Agricultural and Food Chemistry Division, American Chemical Society to sponsor a symposium entitled "Sensory Evalua tion of Fruits and Vegetables: Effect of Environment, Cultural Prac tices and Variety" during the 1982 meeting in Kansas City, Missouri.
Author: William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
Publisher: Soyinfo Center
View: 1080Revised 2nd edition, with roughly twice as many pages and twice as many photos as the 1st edition of 2011. The world's most comprehensive, well documented, and well illustrated book on this subject. With extensive subject and geographical index. 235 photographs and illustrations. Free of charge in digital PDF format on Google Books.