Nebulisation preserves the freshness and quality of salads

8 February 2021

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A study on the nebulisation of salads

In September 2020, the CTIFL (Interprofessional Technical Centre for Fruit and Vegetables) carried out tests to study the impact of nebulisation on the organoleptic and nutritional qualities of the batavia salad.

During 48 hours, the evolution of the state of the salad was analysed according to 4 different conservation methods: control (not nebulised), nebulisation, nebulisation + cooling plate, cooling plate.

Nébulisation ARECO sur des salades
Nébulisation ARECO sur des salades

Nebulisation preserves the organoleptic quality and freshness of salads

The study carried out in collaboration with the CTIFL reveals a positive impact of nebulisation on the conservation of salad. The nebulisation system guarantees no loss of mass and no dehydration.

Nebulisation also preserves the organoleptic and nutritional qualities of the salad (organic acids, carotenoids, polyphenols) by keeping the same level along the time.

After 48 hours, the nebulised salad is in the same state as originally.

Nebulisation thus maintains the quality and freshness of the product post-harvest in the shop.

Nebulisation preserves the freshness and nutritional qualities of vegetables from the from the farmer field to the fresh produce department