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By Achilleas Bouletis, Ioannis Arvanitoyannis, Dimitrios Ntionias

This short seriously experiences the utilized thoughts in all of the studied greens and summarizes the influence of transformed surroundings packaging (MAP) in all of the caliber parameters. In a short advent chemical and microbiological parameters that impact shelf lifestyles are pointed out, by way of a definition of changed surroundings packaging. The referred greens are categorised into 10 different types: roots, tubers, leafy greens, fruits-vegetables, bulbs, stems and shoots, flora, seeds, fungi and different. The impression of chosen MAP purposes at the shelf lifetime of the greens can be highlighted. in addition to surroundings amendment, a number of garage parameters reminiscent of temperature, numerous pretreatments, movie permeability or mild and darkish garage stipulations are studied and their interplay at the caliber of the product is additionally taken into account. The expanding call for for more healthy and “safer” meals has led the nutrition in pursuit of garage applied sciences that might serve the first position of garage existence prolongation yet without sacrifice on dietary price and with out the presence of additions. MAP is a garage procedure that has already confirmed to be potent in extending the shelf lifetime of the product by way of lowering breathing cost and protecting all its caliber features. as a result of many physiological components that have an effect on the shelf lifetime of minimally processed greens (respiration cost, ethylene creation, maturation and ripening) the choice of the fitting garage parameters (gas mix, garage temperature, packaging movie, and coverings sooner than packaging) of MAP is a difficult approach and needs to be deliberate carefully.

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7 log CFU/g reduction of psychrophiles and yeasts respectively, compared to control) while the reduction was linearly related to UV-C dosage. 14 kJ/m2) was 8 days while control samples had a shelf life of 5 days Shelf life was estimated to be 7 days with no significant differences between treatments Shelf life(days)-Life extension References Allende and Artes (2003b) Allende and Artes (2003a) 3 % O2/5 % CO2 active MAP 1. Passive MAP 2. 5 % CO2 1. Passive MAP 2. , cv Wang) Spanish Iceberg lettuce (cultivar Salodin) Lettuce was washed with chlorinated water (160–180 ppm) and shredded prior to packaging Chlorinated water (200 ppm total chlorine) for 10 min Samples were shredded into 6 mm wide pieces, either manually or mechanically.

Phenolic compounds were higher in LDPE packages; 190 to 250 and 30 to 80 mg/100 g FW in LDPE packages and PP packages, respectively. According to Lee and Baek (2008), spinach inoculated with E. coli O157:H7 was packed under four different environments (air, vacuum, 100 % N2 gas, and 100 % CO2 gas packaging) following treatment with water, 100 ppm chlorine dioxide, or 100 ppm sodium hypochlorite for 5 min and stored at 7 ± 2 °C. The lowest levels of E. 0 log CFU/g for samples packaged in vacuum, N2 gas, and CO2 gas following treatment with ClO2 and NaOCl, respectively after 7 days of storage.

Typhimurium, S. aureus and L. monocytogenes, respectively for MAP A and PE). Application of barrier films led to better appearance scores (Lee et al. 2011). Pirovani et al. (1997) investigated the effect of passive MAP [OPP (treat. 1), PE trays overwrapped with multilayer polyolefin (PO) (treat. 2), or with a plasticized PVC (treat. 3)] and storage at 3 °C on quality of cabbage. 93 % for treat. 1, 2 and 3 respectively). General appearance of samples in OPP bags was better preserved exhibiting less wilting and browning.

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