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Table of Contents Introduction FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND HEALTH The health benefits of increased fruit and vegetable consumption, S. Southon and R. FaulksAntioxidants in fruits, berries and vegetables, I.M. Heinonen and A.S. MeyerImproving the nutritional quality of processed fruits and vegetables: the case of tomatoes, C. LeoniMANAGING SAFETY AND QUALITY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN Modelling vegetable production: the case of tomatoes, C. Gry and M. TchamitchianHACCP systems for fruit and vegetable cultivation, R. EarlyMaintaining the postharvest quality of fresh fruits and vegetables, J. AkedMeasuring fresh fruit and vegetable quality: advanced optical methods, R. Cubeddu, A. Pifferi, P. Taroni, and A. TorricelliApplying advanced instrumental methods: mealiness in fruit, J. Lammertyn, B.E. Verlinden, and B. M NicolaiMaximising the quality of thermally-processed fruits and vegetables, H.S. Ramaswamy and C.R. ChenThe safety of cooked chilled foods containing vegetables, F. Carlin, Institut National de la Recherche NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO MAXIMISE QUALITY Measuring and improving the natural resistance of fruit, J.M. Orea and A. Gonzalez UrenaImproving the shelf-life of vegetables by genetic modification, L.C. Garrett, J.B. Power, and M.R. DaveyMinimal processing of fresh fruit and vegetables, E. Laurila and R Ahvenainen, VTT Biotechnology New modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) techniques for fresh prepared fruit and vegetables, B.P.F. Day Edible coatings for fruit, H.J. ParkHigh pressure (HP) processing of fruit and vegetables, L. Ludikhuyze, A. van Loey, Indrawati, and M. HendrickxThe use of vacuum technology to improve processed fruits and vegetables, R. Saurel