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EFFECT OF CONVENTIONAL BULK PACKAGING MATERIAL, STORAGE TEMPERATURE AND DURATION ON QUALITY OF DRIED MOPANE WORM (Imbrasia Belina)
Journal of Engineering in Agriculture and the Environment
This study assessed the effect of conventional bulk packaging materials, storage time and temperature on quality of dried mopane worm (Imbrasia belina). Changes in the quality of dried mopane worm (MW) were evaluated in a 2 x 2 x 5 factorial experiment comprising packaging material (polypropylene woven (PP) and hessian sack), storage temperature (ambient temperature and 33 °C) and storage time (0, 30, 60, 90 and 120 days) with three replications. Experimental data obtained was subjected todoi:10.37017/jeae-volume7-no1.2021-1 fatcat:lsnu2hhzzfb2zbshjwkrb7wu7e