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  • a Stazione sperimentale per l’industria delle conserve alimentari (SSICA), via F. Tanara 31, 43100 Parma; via Nazionale 121, 84012 Angri (Salerno), Italy
  • | b Associazione Nazionale Industriali delle Conserve Alimentari Vegetali (ANICAV), viale della Costituzione 82, 80143 Napoli, Italy
  • | c University of Naples Federico II, via Università 100, 80055 Portici (Napoli), Italy
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Research was carried out on processing tomato in Southern Italy in order to compare four round-prismatic type hybrids oriented to diced produce (4420, Miceno, Nemabrix, Impact as a control). The hybrid Nemabrix attained the highest marketable yield (180.9 t ha–1), due to both the highest number of fruit per plant and their mean weight (103.7 and 70 g, respectively), and it was not significantly different from the other genotypes in terms of processing efficiency both as a total and along dicing chain (67.8% and 65.6%, respectively). Lycopene attained the highest concentration in Nemabrix (155 mg kg–1), and β–carotene was most concentrated in 4420 and Miceno (2.8 mg kg–1). Significant differences arose between the genotypes with regard to the sensorial variables aspect, colour, taste, firmness, and fresh taste.

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