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Postharvest technology course at Wageningen UR

Are you looking for an update on the latest technologies for storage, packaging and handling of fresh horticultural products? Would you like to broaden and deepen your knowledge of the biology of postharvest development, ripening and deterioration? Then this course might be something for you. 35% of all harvested crops is lost during storage and distribution. Increasing globalisation necessitates long-term transport and the demand for high quality products stresses the need for innovative and sustainable postharvest technologies. Prevention of postharvest losses therefore is of major importance for global food and nutritional security.

Target audience

This course is designed for technical professionals responsible for quality assurance, research and extension activities related to fresh produce quality, safety and marketability. The target audience consists of professionals active in the breeding, production, logistics, trade and retail industry with a focus on postharvest quality control.

Course deliverables

The aim of this course is for participants to learn the basic principles behind the factors and processes affecting postharvest quality and understand how to apply this information in their daily practice by developing strategies to maintain postharvest quality.

When: Tuesday October 10 to Friday October 13, 2017
Where: Wageningen Campus, The Netherlands

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