University of California

Postharvest Publications by Commodity

UC Agriculture and Resource Economics Update: Special Report: Marketing Issues and Opportunities in Organic Agriculture

Introduction by Karen Klonsky

  • Marketing
  • Organic Produce
July/August 2012

Understanding 'Green' Consumers

Christine Bruhn

  • Consumer Issues
  • Organic Produce
July 2009

Fruit Quality, Antioxidant Capacity, and Flavonoid Content of Organically and Conventionally Grown Blueberries

Shiow Y. Wang, Chi-Tsun Chien, William Sciarappa, Schien Y. Wang. and Mary J. Camp

  • Blueberry
  • Organic Produce
  • Phytonutrients
2008

Organic Quarantine Treatments for Tree Fruits

Lisa G. Neven

  • Insect Control
  • Organic Produce
2008

Qualitative and Nutritional Differences in Processing Tomatoes Grown under Commercial Organic and Conventional Production Systems

D.M. Barrett, C. Weakley, J.V. Diaz, and M. Watnik

  • Nutritional Quality
  • Organic Produce
  • Processed Fruits and Vegetables
  • Quality Evaluation
  • Tomato
July 2007

A Comparative Study of Composition and Postharvest Performance of Organically and Conventionally Grown Kiwifruits

Maria L. Amodio, Giancarlo Colelli, Janine K. Hasey, and Adel A. Kader

  • Kiwifruit
  • Nutritional Quality
  • Organic Produce
March 2007

Ten-Year Comparison of the Influence of Organic and Conventional Crop Management Practices on the Content of Flavonoids in Tomatoes

Alyson E. Mitchell, Yun-Jeong Hong, Eunmi Koh, Diane M. Barrett, D.E. Bryant, R. Fod Denison, and Stephen Kaffka

  • Organic Produce
  • Quality Evaluation
  • Tomato
2007

Postharvest Handling for Organic Crops

Trevor Suslow

  • Organic Produce
  • Postharvest Horticulture
September 2000

Organic Produce Production and Food Safety

Trevor Suslow

  • Food Safety
  • Organic Produce
May 1999

Vegetables, Fruits and Nuts Account for 95% of Organic Sales in California

Karen Klonsky, Laura Tourte

  • Organic Produce
November-December 1996

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