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Handbook Of Fruit And Vegetable Products

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Publisher Agrobios Publications
ISBN 9788177543728
Author: A S Mahboob
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Processing of horticultural commodities is an important sector of our economy to reduce post-harvest losses, providing remunerative prices to fruits and vegetables growers, generating employment and earning foreign exchange. Our country is bestowed with varied agro-climatic conditions, suitable for growing different types of fruits and vegetables tropical, sub-tropical and temperate . Fruit and vegetable processing has a significant role to play in bringing about reduction of post-harvest losses and thereby ensuring better returns to growers. There are various products, which can be manufactured from fruits and vegetables. The major processed items are juices, pulps, nectars, squashes, jellies, marmalade, jams, preserves, candied, fruit bars, pickles, chutneys vinegar, ketchup, canned fruits and vegetables and dehydrated fruits and vegetables. In India, less than 2 of fruits and vegetables produced are processed as against 65 in the USA, 70 in the Brazil, 78 in the Philippines, 80 in South Africa and 83 in Malaysia. The value addition is only 7 in India as against 23 in China and 88 in UK. The fruits and vegetables processing industry is growing about 10 per annum. The number of units licensed under FPO is 6,097. The processed products have great demand both in domestic and export market due to change in social fabric of the society including changing habits. Besides the export of processed products of fruits
and vegetables is also increasing day by day thus the future of processed edible item is so bright. The book has been prepared primarily to the benefit for the teachers and students of Horticulture, Agriculture, Food technology, Homescience and Post-harvest engineering, as well as extension workers, educated rural urban youths and women can be engaged in food processing activities for poverty alleviation, employment generation, environment protection and earn more foreign exchange and economic transformation of rural India. More information has been provided by inclusion of topics like, History of food preservation and canning industry, Principles and techniques of preservation, Technical terms used in fruits and vegetables preservation, Nutrients in foods their function sources of availability and deficiency symptoms etc., in the first section of the book. In the second section of the book, techniques pertaining to preparation of products like Jellies, Marmalade, Jams, Preserves, Candies, Beverages, Bars, Toffees, Tomato products, Pickles, Chutneys, Vinegar, Canning and Drying etc. The author is gratefully acknowledges to Professor V. K. Abdul Jaleel, Registrar, Aligarh Muslim University and Professor Javed Musarrat, Dean, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, for their sincere encouragement during the preparation of this book and helping at every stage of preparation of this book in the form it is being presented. It is with more than mere formality that I thank Mr. Syed Mohd Afzal IPS , Registrar, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, for the

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