This is an article about the recent advances in shelf-life extension for the rubus and blueberry growers. Current supply chains focus heavily on cool chain management to preserve fruit quality. Before investing time and money in expensive post-harvest systems and solutions, growers are encouraged to undertake a simple cold chain audit to check the health of their temperature management systems and pathways. This can be done by placing temperature, time and GPS trackers inside punnets at picking so the air temperature the fruit is being exposed to can be traced by time and location from the field to arrival at retail.
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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Autumn 20, Rubus, Supply Chain