2015
DOI: 10.1515/cerce-2015-0012
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Abstract: Abstract Some physical properties of seedless and seeded raisin berries varieties were evaluated as a function of moisture content, varying from 16.12% to 35.63% (d.b.) for seedless berries and from 17.33 to 34.41% (d.b.) for seeded raisin berries. The average dimensions, shape, and mass of the both raisin berries increased as moisture content increased. The mass of 1000 berries increased linearly. Besides, in seedless berries, the bulk density increased, the true density and porosity decreased, while in s… Show more

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