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Twelve Fruits with Potential Value-Added and Culinary Uses

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Title: Twelve Fruits with Potential Value-Added and Culinary Uses
Authors: Love, Ken
Bowen, Richard
Fleming, Kent
Keywords: Annona cherimola
cape gooseberries
Citrus limonia
Cyphomandra betacea
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Eriobotrya japonica
Eugenia brasiliensis
Eugenia uniflora
Ficus carica
Mysore raspberries
Physalia peruviana
Punica granatum
Rubus niveus
Surinam cherries
tropical and subtropical fruits
tropical apricots

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Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Love K, Bowen R, Fleming K. 2007. Twelve fruits with potential value-added and culinary uses. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 58 p.
Abstract: This publication is based on activities of the “12 Trees Project,” a three-year grant-funded agricultural demonstration program, The goals of the project were to increase profitable agricultural diversification and contribute to developing a consistently high-quality, year-round supply of fruits for local markets.
Pages/Duration: 58 pages
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