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By M. Hagg, R. Ahvenainen, A.M. Evers and K. Tiilikkala (Auth.)

As purchaser call for for top of the range items grows, the standard of our nutrition is more and more below the highlight. Agri-food caliber II addresses the standard administration of plant-based meals fabrics in the course of the creation chain, from box to desk. advancements with regards to the advance of vegetable and fruit caliber via plant breeding, genetic manipulation, amendment of cultivation expertise and optimisation of harvesting and garage recommendations, are coated intimately. in addition, the concept that of practical meals and sustainable construction also are discussed.

With individuals from foreign specialists, Agri-food caliber II should be of significant curiosity to foodstuff scientists, agriculturalists, or certainly someone concerned with a part of the meals chain, either in academia and

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Such IP products are marketed in a very visible way in several European countries, while eg. in Denmark they are, despite govermental recognition and control, mostly placed among conventional products in contrast to 0-labelled products being shelved separately and very visible in the majority of supermarkets. 3 Discussion Following the above the key question is what the future of IP- and organically produced fruit and vegetableswill be. In this sensitivearea of high value products it appears that ORG products have most to offer.

With this it is clear that from the IPM concept being directed to farmers attitude to the use of controVmanagernent a leap has been made into a concept with a strong element of marketing hopefblly appealing to consumers via special labelling. 2 Quality of products and of special labels In case of labels as guarantee for quality of products the crucial question is how sharply defined the promise of quality is and to which degree it is controlled. In the case of fruit and vegetables the conventional products do not promise anything in particular.

However, many have utilized both the gened IP-guidelines3and the crop specific guidelines (eg. for apples3) as background for developing their own labels. Such IP products are marketed in a very visible way in several European countries, while eg. in Denmark they are, despite govermental recognition and control, mostly placed among conventional products in contrast to 0-labelled products being shelved separately and very visible in the majority of supermarkets. 3 Discussion Following the above the key question is what the future of IP- and organically produced fruit and vegetableswill be.

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