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NAME: MISS MIFE MEKADESE CLASS: GRADE 5 EXTRA-ORDINARY HOME ECONOMICS PROJECT THE IMPORTANCE OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRUITS Fruit is a pluppy or juicy plant part (as rhubarb or a strawberry) that is often eaten as a desert and is distinguished from a vegetable e.g. Cherry, lemon. IMPORTANCE OF FRUITS 1. Fruits, eaten raw or consumed as fresh juice, are excellent ways to retain and balance the moisture level in the body. The low level of sodium in fruits plays an important...

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GROWING VEGETABLES There are several forms of vegetables which, while the culture is not specially dissimilar, may yet, for convenience, be divided into five classes: those the edible part of which is produced beneath the surface of the soil and are known as root vegetables; those which set fruit above ground; those whose fruit is produced on vines; such plants as are used entire, as lettuce and the various greens, and those perennial forms which include the asparagus, artichokes, rhubarb and...

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Difference Between Fruits and Vegetables

not commonly called "fruits", such as bean pods, corn kernels, wheat grains, and tomatoes.[4] Vegetable From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Vegetables in a supermarket in the United States. A vegetable is an edible plant or part of a plant, but usually excludes seeds and most sweet fruit. This typically means the leaf, stem, or root of a plant. The non-biological definition of a vegetable is largely based on culinary and cultural tradition. Therefore, the application of the word is somewhat...

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Supply Chain of Fruits and Vegetables

Fruit and Vegetable Supply Chain As the Indian population is increasing, the demand for fresh fruits and vegetables is also increasing. Owing to the perishable nature and very short shelf life, these items require storage and transportation facilities in order to reach to the customer in fresh state. This requires a considerable amount of effort from the involved parties. The entire chain is fraught with issues like lack of transparency in pricing (at the farmers' end), dominance of traders, weak...

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Fit Fruit and Vegetable Wash

PRODUCT FIT Fruit and Vegetable Wash PRODUCT LOGO [pic] ABOUT THE PRODUCT Fit Antibacterial Fruit & Vegetable Wash kills 99.9% of harmful bacteria -- like E. Coli, Salmonella sp., Staphylococcus aureus, and Listeria – that have been associated with food-borne illness, and is only for use on cut chopped, sliced and other processed produce. Fit is 100% Natural, and unlike chlorine or other harsh chemicals, is completely safe to use. Fit rinses away clean, leaving no aftertaste or smell…just...

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Building and Planting Vegetable Gardens

Building and Planting Vegetable Gardens The structure of your vegetable garden does not have to be entirely functional but it should also look and feel good. Building some decorative arches and some tomato cages not only makes your garden look good but also helps it produce more crops. After all, there is more to planting vegetable gardens than just cultivating a spot of land. Function Over Form The most well known form garden structures are those that are built to sustain plants and give...

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Improving fruit and vegetable packaging

Improving fruit and vegetable packaging Share  Email 0 Comment(s)  Print Published 2006-08-28 00:00:00 FRUITS and vegetables are an important sub-sector in the agricultural sector because they are valued as protective food. They are very rich source of minerals, vitamins providing more energy per unit weight than cereals. Pakistan has a wide range of agro-climatic condition, which allows the production of a variety of fruits and vegetables. However, there is a wide gap between availability...

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Frozen Vegetables and Cold Storage

NSIC Project Profiles FROZEN VEGETABLES & COLD STORAGE 1. INTRODUCTION India is a large country producing variety of fruits and vegetables. The range includes fruits like mangoes, banana, papaya, orange, mosambi, grapes, pineapple, watermelon etc. and vegetables like potatoes, onions and number of green vegetables including lady finger brinjal, cabbage, peas, chillies and so on. Till recently, the fruit and vegetable industry is mostly concentrated in rural areas catering to the requirement...

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Sri Lanka expects fruit and vegetable exports to grow in 2012

Micro Economics Sri Lanka expects fruit and vegetable exports to grow in 2012 Supply and Demand Model Pemila Gunasekera ID Number: 00002073 12/10/2012 Introduction This article is based on exceeding demand for fruits and vegetables in Sri Lanka and exports will grow in 2012. Bellow explanation is about the demand and supply model we learned in the Micro economics class and how to relate the article to the concepts what we have learnt in the class. ...

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Vegetables and Fruits

everyone should take more vegetables and fruit than rice or wheat. Rice and wheat contain much carbohydrate which is quite essential for energy. But more of rice and wheat and less of vegetables and fruit is not a balanced diet. Vegetables and fruit contain nutrients like vitamins, calcium, iron, phosphorus, folic acid, iodine, magnesium, zinc etc. Green leafy vegetables contain a lot of nutrients, especially calcium and iron. We should take one type of green leafy vegetable every day. Spinach is...

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