University of California

Postharvest Publications by Commodity

Retail Fruit & Vegetable Marketing Guide

California Department of Public Health's "Network for a Healthy California"

  • Handling at Destination
  • Health Benefits
  • Marketing
June 2011

Plasma Antioxidant Capacity Changes Following a Meal as a Measure of the Ability of a Food to Alter In Vivo Antioxidant Status

Ronald L. Prior, Liwei Gu, Xianli Wu, Robert A. Jacob, Gity Sotoudeh, Adel A. Kader, and Richard A. Cook

  • Health Benefits
  • Nutritional Quality
2007

Consumption of Bing Sweet Cherries Lowers Circulating Concentrations of Inflammation Markers in Healthy Men and Women

Darshan S. Kelley, Reuven Rasooly, Robert A. Jacob, Adel A. Kader

  • Cherry
  • Health Benefits
2006

Fresh Cherries May Help Arthritis Sufferers

Marcia Wood

  • Cherry
  • Health Benefits
  • Nutritional Quality
May 2004

Importance of Fruits, Nuts, and Vegetables in Human Nutrition and Health

Adel Kader

  • Health Benefits
  • Nutritional Quality
May 2001

Antioxidant Activity of Pomegrante Juice and Its Relationship with Phenolic Composition and Processing

Maria I. Gil, Francisco A. Tomas-Barberian, Betty Hess-Pierce, Deirdre M. Holcroft, Adel A. Kader

  • Health Benefits
  • Nutritional Quality
  • Pomegranate
September 2000

Alliin in Garlic

Marita Cantwell

  • Health Benefits
  • Nutritional Quality
May 2000

The Potential of Citrus Limonoids as Anticancer Agents

Robert Jacob, Shin Hasegawa, Gary Manner

  • Health Benefits
  • Nutritional Quality
May 2000

Fruits and Vegetables: Foods with Unappreciated Nutritional Value as Sources of Antioxidants

J. Bruce German

  • Health Benefits
  • Nutritional Quality
August 1997

Californians' Eating Habits Differ From Their Dietary Attitudes

Christine M. Bruhn, Dana Wong, Howard G. Schutz

  • Consumer Issues
  • Health Benefits
September-October 1996

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