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substitute heat treatment to preserve food products, as it inactivates vegetative microorganisms, spores, and enzymes as well, thus increases shelf-life, in case of fruits and vegetables up to 4–6 weeks with refrigeration storage ( Matser and Timmermans, 2016
Authors:B.L. Dinesha, S. Hiregoudar, U. Nidoni, K.T. Ramappa, A.T. Dandekar, and M.V. Ravi
malodorous due to their susceptibility to oxidation and decomposition processes ( Sarkar et al., 2006 ). According to previous studies, conventional wastewater treatment technologies have several disadvantages, such as huge investment costs and low treatment
Authors:G. Ucak Ozkaya, A. Besir, E. Metin, and M.Z. Durak
microorganisms before consumption. Different sanitising methods, namely hydrogen peroxide treatment ( Mei et al., 2017 ), sonication ( Tan et al., 2017 ), treatment with ascorbic acid solution and pulsed lights ( Hasan et al., 2017 ), plasma treatment ( Butscher