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    Comparison of sensory properties of freshly harvested and 1-year storage Thai rice 

    Aussama Soontrunnarudrungsri (Agro-Industry, Chiang Mai University, 2014)

    Thailand is a major producer and world supplier of rice, both aromatic and non-aromatic varieties. Rice sold as “new crop” shortly after it is harvested generally commands higher prices. The study compared differences in sensory properties of various aromatic (Khao Dawk Mali 105, RD 15, Pathum Thani 1) and non- aromatic (Chai Nat 1, Phitsanulok 2, Suphan Buri 1) rice varieties and differences in fresh rice and rice stored for 1 year. Floral, popcorn, and sewer/animal flavors were found in both rice samples but jasmine rice had higher intense of ...