Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Journal of Food Science and Technology, Springer India, Volume 45, Issue 2, p.183-186 (2008)

Abstract:

<p>Quality changes in flue cured large cardamom capsules and seeds were monitored under 3 storage conditions: i) 90% RH/38° C (accelerated-humid), ii) 30-40% RH/40° C (accelerated- dry), and iii) 65% RH/27° C (normal) in different packages. The samples were analysed for moisture content, volatile oil content and flavour composition every 30 days for condition (i) upto 120 days and for conditions (ii) and (iii) every 60 days up to 240 days. Capsules packed in unlined high density polyethylene (HDPE) woven sack material, polypropylene ...</p>

Cite this Research Publication

G. Sulochanamma, Ramalakshmi, K., Dr. T. M. Mohan Kumar, Indiramma, A. R., Ramesh, B. S., Sampathu, S. R., and J Naik, P., “Storage characteristics of large cardamom {Amomum subulatum Roxb) and seeds in different packages”, Journal of Food Science and Technology, vol. 45, no. 2, pp. 183-186, 2008.

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