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  • Secondary postharvest education curricula for developing countries initiated by the WORLD FOOD PRESERVATION CENTER®LLC

    Secondary postharvest education curricula for developing countries initiated by the WORLD FOOD PRESERVATION CENTER®LLC

    According to Irina Bokova, Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) "There can be no escape from poverty without a vast expansion of secondary education. This is a minimum entitlement for equipping youth with the knowledge and skills they need to secure decent… Read More

  • We are going on vacation

    We are going on vacation

    Hello! Next week and the week after we will be on vacation. We hope the following weeks will be fully enjoyable for you and we also wish a great holidays to the "Postharvest family". From Ausgust 21st, we will be back with daily updated news on the Postharvest portal from and the next Postharvest News will be on… Read More

  • Interko offers profitability consultations for fresh fruit ripening

    Interko offers profitability consultations for fresh fruit ripening

    Interko is offering complimentary consultations to any potential or existing customer attending Asia Fruit Logistica or WorldFood Moscow in September to analyse how the manufacturer’s advanced ripening technology can cut operational costs and increase profitability. Underlining the dynamic Dutch firm’s position… Read More

  • TOMRA SORTING FOOD announces successful half year performance

    TOMRA SORTING FOOD announces successful half year performance

    TOMRA Sorting Food has announced a positive six months trading since the start of 2017 thanks to the successful launch of three sorting platforms, new senior management appointments and the implementation of an enhanced customer support service. Revenues for the second quarter of 2017 were reported as up from the… Read More

  • The branding revolution across Europe

    The branding revolution across Europe

    If you visit the fresh produce aisles of an ICA supermarket in Sweden or a Marks & Spencer store in the UK in the near future, you might be surprised by a small, subtle change in appearance that in reality is revolutionising the way fruit is being sold across Europe. The laser labelling of fruit is a cost-effective,… Read More

  • How to modify ingredients for allergen-free foods

    How to modify ingredients for allergen-free foods

    Over the last 20 years, the amount of people who suffer from food allergies has grown exponentially. In fact, studies have shown that food allergies are on the rise. Food Allergy Research & Education provides some mind blowing stats... Read More

  • Macfrut to attract more foreign professionals

    Macfrut to attract more foreign professionals

    The organisers of MACFRUT, the international trade fair for the fruit and vegetable sector, are now at work on the 35th edition to be held from 9 to 11 May 2018 in Rimini, and have already received many requests to participate from foreign operators. In fact, nine months before the start of the 2018 edition, Cesena… Read More

  • SENTINEL II at the demonstration days for optical sorting of vegetables

    SENTINEL II at the demonstration days for optical sorting of vegetables

    From July 3 to July 7, 2017, the National Technological Centre for the Food and Canning Industry in Molina de Segura (Murcia) hosted the Conference on optical sorting of whole vegetable products. During the conference, companies and engineers from the food industry were shown the workings of TOMRA Sorting Food’s… Read More

  • Citruspack project, a combination of circular economy and packaging, starts at Aitiip facilities

    Citruspack project, a combination of circular economy and packaging, starts at Aitiip facilities

    The project aims to demonstrate that sustainability and efficiency can be applied to agricultural and industrial practices by researching and boosting the potential of byproducts through their valorisation in a number of new value chains. Read More

  • Review about edible coatings

    Review about edible coatings

    The substantial increase in vegetable product losses are due to improper practices at the time of harvest and those derived from the conditioning and subsequent treatments that impact significantly on its quality characteristics. These also affect the profitability of a sector that is called to strengthen the feeding… Read More