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    land Australia, citrus fruits are now grown worldwide. Currently only orange production is about 70 million metric tons a year! We all see orange colored citrus fruits during this season of the year, especially in the months when most of us experience common cold and flu. I am sure most of you consume these fruits for their vitamin C content, but there is more and less than that. Oranges, tangerines, pomelos, grapefruits, lemons, and limes are the members of citrus fruit family. They are cultivated

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    pear morpho-physiological characteristics and multiple economic uses represent an alternative crop in this region. The fruit has nutritional and economical value and also represents an interesting crop for

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    PORTER 'S FIVE FORCES MODEL OF FRUIT JUICE INDUSTRY COMPETITION BETWEEN EXISTING COMPETITORS: - Mango pulp industry has been entered a phase of rapid development. The consumers are more education and health conscious. The product has been recognized by the public. At present, the mango pulp market, there are more competent competitors, the variety of products in various segments both leader, but lack of a strong brand. Large enterprises are faced with the plight of lower profits while SME 's in

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    “One of Billie Holiday's most iconic songs is "Strange Fruit," a haunting protest against the inhumanity of racism” (Blair ). “Strange Fruit” was written by Abel Meeropol and published in 1937. Billie Holiday then went to to sing “Strange Fruits” in 1939, it quickly became one of her most requested songs. Abel Meeropol had once witnessed seeing a photograph of a lynching, aghast by what he had just seen, he decided to compose a poem about it. My overall response to the poem was stupefied because

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    the capacity of not only reflecting cultural and social developments of her time and exploring the themes of social injustice and racism, but of sparking a new level of social consciousness within society with her performance of the song ‘Strange Fruit’, which

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    coffee. In 1899, the United Fruit Company was created in hopes of monopolizing

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    Top Reasons Why Ginger Smoothies are Good for Weight Loss- Our Picks When it comes to the most popular (and delicious) smoothies, the recipes for fruits and oats smoothies, strawberries mango and yogurt smoothies top the usual lists. While these smoothies are perfect for summer months and be refreshing, these usual smoothie recipes are loaded with sugar, which can be a problem for someone who wants to live a healthy lifestyle or wants to lose weight. Drink these smoothies daily with loads of sweeteners

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    One of the fruits that we, humans, enjoy is berries. With berries on our table, not only does it satisfy or craving for a good taste, but it also provides us with nutritional values that we need in order to stay healthy and fit. As humans too, most of us have pets in our homes that we take care just like a real family member. We give them the shelter that they need, and even share the food on our table. Since berries are found on our table at times, we also tend to give these to them. Specifically

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    Garcinia Cambogia: Explained Garcinia combogia is a type of tropical fruit that is used to make medicine. It is currently gaining popularity as a weight-loss supplement. Garcinia cambogia should not be confused with Garcinia hanburyi (gamboges resin). Garcinia cambogia for weight loss is also commonly known by the following names: • Vrikshamla • Tamarinier de Malabar • Mangostana cambogia • Malabar tamarind • Kankusta • HCA • Hydroxycitric Acid • Hydroxycitrate • Gorikapuli • Garcinia quaesita •

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    lemon plant or cocoa bean to allow you to be able to have such a good lemonade or hot chocolate. These hard working bees pollinate 1/3 of our everyday foods like fruits and vegetables. Since bees are pollinators they bring the male part of flowers (pollen) to the female part of flowers to produce a seed so that it can make a healthy fruit or

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    by the time this is posted, Finding Dory will be in theatres and I 'm hoping that you will be going to check it out because we will be there on opening day. If you 're however looking for something to celebrate the movie, how about our Finding Dory Fruit Punch. It is completely

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    preserve. According to the description from the website of this product, St. Dalfour do not contain any added sugar, only the natural sweetness or concentrated grape juice. There are no additives, colourings, flavourings, or preservatives, just 100% fruit, making St. Dalfour spreads ideal for those with special dietry requirements. There are several of minerals contain in this spread such as protein, lipid, carbohydrate, water, fiber and sodium. Protein is a made up of many amino acid which also called

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    subject of Komunyakaa’s “Blackberries” also battles a difficult situation resulting from the patronizing attitudes of others. The young subject of the poem labors to survive as they balance “a gleaming can in each hand,” endeavoring to sell their sweet fruit, “repeating one dollar” (lines 17-18). The subject vends the blackberries to earn a profit, and to finance a living for him or herself. While other characters mentioned later in the poem receive the pleasures

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    Strange Fruit

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    Strange Fruit The poem “Strange Fruit” ,written by Abel Meeropol, conveys a very strong message about how racist the white people were to the black people. Adel graduated from Dewitt Clinton in 1921 and he went back to teach there for 17 more years. He was inspired to write this intense poem when he saw a picture of a white crowd around two black people who had been hanged. The white people’s faces didn’t seem to be bothered by the site; in fact they seemed to have a carnival type of atmosphere

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    Racid Extract

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    Two varieties of pomegranates named Rabab and Hasibi which are harvesting in Yazd (Iran), have been used. Fruits were peeled and dried up under sunlight. They were washed with sterile distilled water. The dried rinds were grinded into a fine powder by Mixing grinder. The aqueous extract was prepared by dissolving 1g of dry extract with 20 ml of sterilized distilled water, so the final concentration of extract would be 0.05 g/ml, from this solution other concentration were prepared (0.1-0.2) g/ml

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    determine which fruit is enriched with vitamin C that can be taken in voyages. This task was performed by titration of vitamin C in given fruits followed by standardization of iodine solution. Standardization of iodine solution was done with known amount of vitamin C tablet and using fresh fruit juice did vitamin C titration. Consequently, the class average was taken of calculated mass of fruit and mass of vitamin C content. Then, those averages were used in calculations to find, which fruit is enriched

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    Laura, and their experience with goblins. The goblins are always trying to sell their fruits to the girls, but they always try and ignore them. One day, Laura gives into the goblins calls and buys some fruit from them. After Laura tastes the fruit she keeps on wanting more but can no longer hear the goblins call and starts to waste away. Lizzie, fearful that her sister may die, goes and finds the goblins to buy fruit for her sister. The goblins try and invite Lizzie to eat with them but when she declines

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    Real World Project: HPLC and Raman Analysis of Ascorbic Acid in Fruit Juices Introduction: Ascorbic acid (also known as Vitamin C) is a water soluble vitamin that is needed for the growth and repair of tissues in the body. Vitamin C protects against scurvy, heart disease, cancer, the common cold, and high blood pressure. Vitamin C can also be used as an antioxidant and dietary supplement. It’s naturally present in some fruits and vegetables and In some commercial juices. Purpose: To evaluate

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    group of male goblins insists they “come buy, come buy” (5) a variety of fresh fruits from them. Lizzie knows better and moves on but Laura gets entranced and eats some of the fruit. This leads to a very bizarre list of events in which Lizzie, must save her sister from death. Laura visits the goblins, trades a lock of her golden hair for the fruit, but ends up being attacked by the goblin men who try to force the fruit down her throat. She then returns to her sister, Laura, who Lizzie tells to “hug

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    get large quantities of fruits and leafy greens into your everyday diet. They are a great way to appreciate a delicious drink that fulfils hunger and offers maximum nourishment. They not only have an exclusive colour but they also have great health benefits. • Green smoothies are good for weight loss because they are low in calorie and very filling. • Green smoothies are very nutritious. The quantity of vitamins you acquire for the smoothies, is determined by the fruits and vegetables you select

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