United FreshTec Expo

University Research Poster Session

2017 Abstracts

The annual University Research Poster Session 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. Please click below to view the 2017 Poster Session Abstracts.

Poster Session Abstracts

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LGMA

TEC

Posters at this year's event include: 

  • 1-MCP Reduces Development of Chilling Injury Symptoms in Yellow Summer Squash, Jeffrey K. Brecht, University of FL
     
  • Sensory Quality of Fresh-cut Mango at the Consumer Level Sampled Through the Year, Jeffrey K. Brecht, University of FL
     
  • Efficacy of It’s Fresh! Palladium Ethylene Scrubber in Reducing Ethylene and Extending Strawberry Quality, Jeffrey K. Brecht, University of FL
     
  • Delays to Blueberry Cooling and Effects on Storage Quality Under Commercial Conditions, Steven A. Sargent, University of FL
     
  • Impact of Temperature and Relative Humidity on the Ethylene Sorption Capacity of Selected Scavengers, Eva Almenar, Michigan State University
     
  • Novel Antimicrobial Pouch to Extend Produce Shelf Life: a Case Study on Blueberry, Maria Rubino and Eva Almenar, Michigan State University
     
  • Tracking and Predicting Spoilage Using an Amplicon Metagenomics Approach to Sanitation, Sapna Chitlapilly-Dass, University of NE Lincoln Alliance for Advanced Sanitation
     
  • Hygienic Indicators Could Curtail Recalls of Organic Foods, Lukasz Gauza, University of NE Lincoln Alliance for Advanced Sanitation
     
  • A Brief Anaerobic Shock ReducesThe Subsequent Phenolic Metabolism In Fresh-cut Lettuce, Mikal Saltveit, University of California
     
  • Pulsed Light Inactivation Of Murine Norovirus, Escherichia Coli, Listeria Monocytogenes And Salmonella On Strawberries. Mu Ye, Dandan Feng,  Catherine Rolfe, and Alvin Lee, Institute for Food Safety and Health, Illinois Institute of Technology, Bedford Park, IL, USA
     
  • Application Of High Pressure Processing On Fresh And Frozen Strawberries And Blueberries To Inactivate Murine Norovirus, Salmonella spp. And Enterococcus Faecium Catherine Rolfe, Mu Ye, Yingyi Zhang and Alvin Lee Institute for Food Safety and Health, Illinois Institute of Technology, Bedford Park, IL, USA
     

For more information on the 2017 United FreshTEC Expo & Conference, contact Allison Nepveux at 202-303-3411.

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