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shelf life

the specified expiry date of a perishable product, usually denoted by a ‘sell by date’ or ‘best before’ date instruction.
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Effect of different packaging systems on storage life and quality of tomato (Lycopersiconesculentumvar.
Respiration rate in fresh fruit and vegetables is considered good index for determination of storage life [38].
"Traders are apparently aware that we cannot afford to prolong the storage life of our products because of the lack of facilities," he said.
Dried food has many advantages such as cheaper transportation costs, longer storage life and ease of use.
'Fajri' exhibited extended (21 days) storage life with better fruit quality at 10 and 12degC compared to 4-5 days of under ambient conditions (32 +- 1degC; 55-60% RH).
Storage also play important role its main objective is to extend the storage life of fruits and vegetables and increase their period of availability.
They freeze well and have a long storage life. Grows 10- to 25 feet high with a 10- to 25-foot spread.
The antioxidants improve the stability, improve the performance and extend the storage life of lubricants and fuels used worldwide.
Using CSR catalysts, the storage life of pre-polymeric mixes used in SMC and BMC processes has been extended from minutes or hours to over three months, simplifying materials handling, storage and transportation.
TLM batteries offer exceptionally long storage life, a wide temperature range (-40 to 85 [degrees] C), and a unique voltage curve that allows devices to be programmed to provide low battery status alerts.
This is in view of the fact that the storage life of potatoes can last as long as six to eight months and hence protect the country against possible food shortages in future.