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Significance of quality loss in marketing early Idaho-Oregon potatoes.
by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State College in Corvallis, Ore
Written in English
|Series||Western regional research publication, Station bulletin / Oregon Agricultural College Experiment Station -- 495., Station bulletin (Oregon State College. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 495.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Significance of quality loss in marketing early Idaho-Oregon potatoes Public Deposited. Analytics × Add. Abstract. Published January Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension.
The Idaho Potato Commission. Established inthe Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) is a state agency that is responsible for promoting and protecting the famous "Grown in Idaho®" seal, a federally registered trademark that assures consumers they are purchasing genuine, top-quality Idaho® potatoes.
Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum) are the fourth most important food crop in the world and the leading vegetable crop in the United States. Together, Idaho and Washington produce more than half of the annual supply, which totaled million cwt inup slightly from the. Quality Regulations: The marketing order authorizes grade, quality, maturity, and size regulations to maintain potato quality shipped to consumers.
These requirements in effect under the marketing order also are applied to imports of long-type potatoes during each month of the year, due to 8e requirements.
Russet Burbank, possibly as early asand its extensive planting on Idaho’s new irrigation projects that launched the potato industry into the level of prominence seen today. Because Idaho potato fields were distant from most U.S.
consumers, Idaho’s potato industry needed marketing help. Marketing help. SUN VALLEY, Idaho — University of Idaho researchers are working with Walmart to look at the reasons behind rejected or downgraded potato loads at the chain’s distribution centers.
Harvested fruits and vegetables can be potentially exposed to numerous abiotic stresses during production, handling, storage and distribution (Hodges, ).Some of these stresses can be minor in nature, resulting in no quality loss or, in some cases, in quality improvement (Hodges et al., ) during r, when the abiotic stress is moderate or severe, quality losses.
The main causes of quality loss during postharvest storage and transportation of European pears are superficial scald, deterioration in texture and flavor, senescence disorders, and friction discoloration. Physiological disorders caused by high CO 2 and/or low O 2 injuries may occur in CA storage. CA is considered as an important and efficient.
Oregon Potato Company (OPC) your innovative grower-processor of potatoes, vegetables & fruits. OPC is committed to innovation, quality, cost effectiveness and customer service. Our plants span three states with operations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho.
Each location supported by locally owned farms. Loss, Sold, Value, and Stocks Held in Common Storage 25 Transportation Rates, Rail and Truck, of Western Idaho and Malheur 26 County Oregon to Selected Cities Monthly Unloads of Idaho and Oregon Onions, in 41 Cities Weekly Price Range of Idaho-Oregon Onions at Selected Terminal Markets 29 Chart - Idaho-Oregon Onion F.O.B.
Prices Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum) are the world's most important vegetable crop. They originated in the Andean region of South America and were first brought to Spain, where they were marketed as early as The potato was then introduced to the rest of Europe, where the Irish were the first to recognize it for its high food value.
Harvesting; Marketing: Quality losses due damage and decay. 53% of tomatoes at farm, % at wholesale, % at retail sold at discounted price. Economic loss 40%: Kitinoja () Okra (Ghana) Harvesting; Marketing: Quality losses due damage and decay: 34% of okra at farm, % at wholesale, % at retail sold at discounted price: Kitinoja.
the potatoes are held in the retail and wholesale markets after grading at the shipping point does not vary noticeably through the marketing season.
Broken potatoes cause much loss. Rough handling is one of the main causes for the high unit cost of distributing potatoes. Over one-half of the. The University of Idaho Potato Production and Storage program is based out of the Kimberly Research and Extension Center.
Learn more by visiting the UI Potato website. Disease Management. UI faculty are continually investigating potato related diseases and effective disease management techniques. Learn more by visiting the UI Potato website.
This publication is a joint effort of the seven disciplines that comprise the Georgia Vegetable Team. It is comprised of 14 topics on tomato, including history of tomato production, cultural practices, pest management, harvesting, handling and marketing.
This publication provides information that will assist producers in improving the profitability of tomato production, whether they are new or. The American Journal of Potato Research (AJPR), the journal of the Potato Association of America (PAA), publishes reports of basic and applied research on the potato, Solanum spp.
It presents authoritative coverage of new scientific developments in potato science, including biotechnology, breeding and genetics, crop management, disease and pest research, economics and marketing.
The current potato of choice for McDonald’s French Fries is the Bannock Russet. It’s an Idaho cultivar, and is primarily grown here. If you’ve ever eaten McDonald’s fries anywhere in the world, there is a solid chance you’ve eaten Idaho potatoes.
Starch constitutes 65% to 80% of the dry weight of the tuber. Potatoes are also an important source of protein, iron, riboflavin and ascorbic acid.
An average range of composition is given in Table Figure Diagram of a longitudinal section of a potato tuber (Rastovski et. al., ) Glycoalkaloids in potato. U.S. sweet potato use per capita increased by about 2 pounds per person fromreaching an estimated pounds in More consumer fa-miliarity with fresh sweet potatoes and increases in sweet potato fry consump-tion contribute to the increase.
Sweet potatoes gained some popularity as a “lower-carb potato” in the early s. The total world potato production is estimated attonnes in (Source: FAOSTAT, )The world potato sector is undergoing major changes. Until the early s, most potatoes were grown and consumed in Europe, North America and countries of the former Soviet Union.
Since then, there has been a dramatic increase in potato production and demand in Asia, Africa and Latin. The economic breakdown of the early transition process weighed heavily on food supply relationships in the Eastern European and Central Asian (EECA) countries.
Small and medium-sized farm suppliers and processors suffered from lack of necessary production inputs whereas processors and retailers faced problems of insufficient quantity and quality of supplies. fastest growing supply source in the world although quality control is lacking (25).
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