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Symposium Processing of Fruits and Vegetables

August 12 - August 18

Specific attention will be given to innovative processing techniques for vegetables and fruits. Retaining quality and nutritional value in processed vegetables and fruits, suitable varieties for processing, improved sustainability, and economic feasibility are topics planned to be addressed within the Symposium. The viewpoint of the consumers’ is also emphasized especially with regard to their preferences for quality attributes, health and safety. Last but not the least, processed organic products and environmental friendly techniques in industrial food processing are also thought to be among the Symposium topics. The perspectives of the processing industries are welcomed, as well.

Main themes:

  • New horticultural crops/varieties for processing
  • Innovative methods of processing
  • Technologies suitable for developing countries
  • Quality and nutritional value
  • On-farm processing
  • Sustainability in processing facilities
  • Adding value through by-products and improved cascading
  • Hygiene, conservative matters and contamination concerns

Scientific Committee

  • Murat O. Balaban (USA)
  • Marie-Therese Charles  (Canada)
  • Giancarlo Colelli  (Italy)
  • Elif Çandır (Turkey)
  • Makki Ramachandra Dinesh  (India)
  • Eftal Duzyaman  (Turkey)
  • Aziz Ekşi  (Turkey)
  • Ferruh Erdogdu (Turkey)
  • Mustafa Erkan (Turkey)
  • Nurdan Tuna Guneş (Turkey)
  •  Francisco Artes Hernandez  (Spain).
  • Hidemi Izumi (Japan)
  • Kenan Kaynaş (Turkey)
  • Francesco Marra (Italy)
  • Bart Nicolai  (Belgium)
  • Paola Pittia (Italy)
  • Vijaya Raghavan  (Canada)
  • Krzysztof Rutkowski (Poland)
  • Fabrizio Sarghini (Italy)
  • Cristina L. Silva (Portugal)
  • Filipa Silva (New Zealand)
  • Dagbjorn Skipness (Norway)
  • Petros Taoukis (Greece)
  • Daniel Valero  (Spain)
  • Bart Van Droogenbroeck (Belgium)
  • Pieter Verboven (Belgium)
  • Maria Margarida Cortez Vieira (Portugal)
  • Christopher Brian Watkins (USA)
  • Allan Woolf  (New Zealand)
  • Ahmet Yemenicioğlu (Turkey)
  • Manuela Zude-Sasse (Germany)

Registration Fees include:

  • Attendance to all scientific sessions
  • Entrance to exhibition area
  • Congress materials
  • Coffee breaks to be served during the Congress scientific program
  • Welcome Cocktail
  • 1 volume of Acta Horticulturae

Venue

Istanbul
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