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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 ozonated water on storage life and postharvest quality of Iranian table grape (cv.
To our disappointment, it has no buyers because of its pale color and shorter storage life," said Raul Igne, a farmer.
Dr Lefteris Tourasanidis, Project Coordinator within A Hatzopoulos SA said: "Dried food is forecasted to rapidly grow in popularity, possibly due to its ability to be transported cheaply, its longer storage life, and ease of consumption.
Fajri', which prompted us to investigate the low temperature storage potential of this cultivar for its extended storage life with better quality.
2001) have been found to reduce postharvest disease incidences or to extend storage life of mango fruit.
The longer storage life means the pallets can be transported by sea, saving money and reducing environmental impact.
To improve storage life time, the cans are purged with dried nitrogen as the cartridges are inserted and the tops screwed on.
1998) stated that because of the soft texture of berries with high water content (83%), they are probably the most perishable of all fruits and vegetables, having limited storage life even under optimal conditions.
The liquid coating contained chitosan, which comes from crustacean shells and can be made into film for food wrapping to keep out bacteria and fungi and prolong storage life.
Wedding cakes were made from a combination of fruits, fats and flour became popular because of their storage life in the days before refrigeration.
Stocks worth tens of thousands of pounds, held at a bonded warehouse since the 2007 banning order, had been rendered undrinkable because of the wine's short storage life.