PEF TRAINING MATERIALS
The postharvest training CDRom or 1GB USB Flash Drive is updated
each year and contains information on activities related to postharvest
handling, packaging, cooling, shipping and storage of fresh fruits and
vegetables. The CDRom or Flash Drive includes photos and illustrations,
demonstration ideas, training materials, reference manuals, and much more for
trainers to utilize when designing their postharvest training programs.
Order a CD-ROM or Flash Drive for US$15.00
Pay via PayPal below or send a money order (international
money order for those outside the United States) to the The Postharvest
Education Foundation, PO Box 38 La Pine, Oregon 97739 USA. Please include your name, mailing address and postal code. Please provide your full name and complete mailing address and email address with your inquiry for faster delivery.
If you need more than one copy, please feel free to make
your own copies.
Postage for shipping overseas from the USA costs about
$13.00. If you wish to make small donation to cover these costs you can add
your donation here. If you have trouble obtaining US funds, or are working in a
developing area, please e-mail to ask us about sending you a free copy of the
training materials via a Google Drive folder link.
Returnable Plastic Crates PEF White Paper No. 13-01 (April 2013)
Appendix A: Cost Benefit calculator worksheet, PEF White
Paper No. 13-01
Gathering Data to Address Postharvest Loss Challenges: Commodity Systems Assessment Methodology, PEF White Paper No. 13-02 (October 2013)
Use of cold chains for reducing food losses in developing
countries, PEF White Paper No. 13-03 (December 2013)
Creating Fruit and Vegetable Postharvest Technology Videos,
PEF White Paper No. 14-01 (November 2014)
Water Relations in Harvested Fresh Produce, PEF White Paper
No. 15-01 (May 2015)
Measuring postharvest losses in fruits and vegetables in
developing countries, PEF White Paper No. 15-02 (September 2015)
The Building Blocks of a Food Safety Program, Produce Marketing Association (May
2011) - provided with permission, Zagory, D.
USDA website on canning and freezing practices
Dr. Diane Barrett's website on fruit and vegetable
All videos are available here on our PostharvestOrg YouTube video