|Title:||Vegetable Marketing Channels, Post-harvest and Adjustment in Taiwan||Authors:||Yi-Tan Fang||Issue Date:||Dec-2010||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Related Publication(s):||農業試驗所特刊第147號||Start page/Pages:||95-102||Source:||Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables Proceedings of 2010 AARDO Workshop||Conference:||2010 AARDO Workshop on Technology on Reducing Post-harvest Losses and Maintaining Quality of Fruits and Vegetables||Abstract:||
The vegetable production in Taiwan has been unstable in rainy spring, summer and winter seasons. To maintain the balance between production and consumption demand, planned production based on the amounts of domestic production/consumption and imports trade is important, especially when the production and price is fluctuated. Those sensitive for production and marketing vegetables include garlic, onion, cabbage, Chinese cabbage, and Welsh onion. Most vegetables especially leafy vegetables are highly perishable. Cold chain system for vegetable storage is an advanced operation compared to other traditional operations in postharvest handling and marketing channels, which can reduce postharvest loss and maintain quality. To establish a high efficiency agricultural marketing system of vegetables, cold chain system is necessary for sustainable practices.
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