Twelve Fruits with Potential Value-Added and Culinary Uses

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2007
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Love, Ken
Bowen, Richard
Fleming, Kent
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University of Hawaii
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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.
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Annona cherimola, cape gooseberries, cherimoyas, Citrus limonia, Cyphomandra betacea, Dovyalis, Eriobotrya japonica, Eugenia brasiliensis, Eugenia uniflora, Ficus carica, figs, Fortunella, grumichama, kumquats, loquats, Mysore raspberries, Physalia peruviana, pomegranates, Punica granatum, Rubus niveus, Surinam cherries, tropical and subtropical fruits, tropical apricots
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Love K, Bowen R, Fleming K. 2007. Twelve fruits with potential value-added and culinary uses. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 58 p.
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