Tropical fruits are a botanically diverse group of fruit indigenous to tropical regions. They are grown in hot and humid regions. Tropical fruits provide nutrition for health and well being as well as generate income for small holders. Besides providing nutrition to farming families, cultivating tropical fruits is an important income generating activity for them as it improves the local economy.
The present book is an unique compilation of thirty one chapters contributed by eminent researchers in their respective fields. This book focuses primarily on tropical fruit production, processing, supply chain management, postharvest management and progress in molecular biology and biotechnology. This book will be of immense use to researchers, teachers and students of horticulture as well as horticultural industry personnel.