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  1. Bulk of Qld strawberry fund to ad campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | NEWS.com.au

    More than half of the Queensland government's million-dollar rescue package to the strawberry industry following the needle crisis will be spent on an advertising campaign. The state government has allocated $1 million towards responding to the crisis, and on Wednesday revealed $600,000 of that money would be spent on a targeted campaign while $250,000 has been allocated for safeguarding supply chain integrity.

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  2. 14 Foods You Can Eat as Much of as You Want Not Gain WeightRead the original story w/Photo

    47 min ago | The Only Colors

    Did you know? Nearly one-third of the world's population is now obese. Such is largely a result of highly-processed, high-fat and sugar, and low-nutrient foods being more affordable than nutrient-dense, alkalizing, and hydrating fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes and leafy greens.

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  3. Las Molenderas Serves One of Mexico's Most Iconic Dishes, Chiles en NogadaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Eater

    Beginning this weekend, mole specialists Las Molenderas in Huntington Park will be serving up one of Puebla's most iconic dishes, chiles en nogada. The Mexican haute cuisine classic was created by nuns in a convent to entertain Mexico's first emperor, AugustA n de Iturbide , at the signing of the Treaty of CA3rdoba in 1821.

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  4. The wild world of show pumpkinsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Times

    ... he says. And though that percentage is flipped today, he says, a nostalgia remains for the harvest season, when the fruits of a long summer of hard labor were collected. The pumpkins at Dollywood were collected in a real harvest season by real ...

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  5. Ten fruits and vegetables you're probably storing all wrongRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Fredericksburg.com

    You bring home fresh fruits and vegetables, stash them in the refrigerator, then wonder what the heck happened to make them shrivel, rot or go limp a few days later. Much of the time, the culprit is the way you're storing them.

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  6. In his latest cookbook, Yotam Ottolenghi goes - simple'Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Fredericksburg.com

    It probably won't come as much of a surprise when I confess that, like a lot of food-minded folks, I own every single one of Yotam Ottolenghi's six cookbooks. They're on bookshelves, also underneath bowls of fruit, between jars of tea and heritage beans, stacked among cookie sheets and cutting boards.

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  7. Field to Fork: Redwood Barn's owner walks the talkRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise

    Don Shor, with Scout, takes a break in front of the towering paradox walnut tree at his farm. Dan Kennedy/Courtesy photo When I first broached the idea of a profile to Don Shor, owner of Redwood Barn Nursery, he seemed of two minds about it.

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  8. Orange turns purple: Australian scientists solve fruit mysteryRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | BBC News

    It began when a Brisbane woman, Neti Moffitt, asked for an investigation into why an orange - partially eaten by her son - had later changed colour. Scientists have now revealed it was due to a natural reaction between the fruit and a sharpened knife.

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  9. Qatar to achieve self-sufficiency in fruits and vegetables within a yearRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    DOHA: Qatar is expected to achieve 100 percent self-sufficiency in terms of the production of most popular fruits and vegetables about in a year as the country's largest greenhouse facility is likely to be operational by next year. A consortium of Qatari and Spanish companies - AgroQatar - has been working on war footing to develop a state-of-the-art greenhouse facility fully equipped with cutting-edge technology to produce almost all kinds of fruits and vegetables throughout the year.

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  10. Reason behind fruits' wonderful range of huesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Washington D.C. , Sep 25 : We all love bright, ripe fruits that come in different colours. But, have you ever wondered how these fruits got their eye-catching hues? Scientists say they have new evidence that plants owe their rainbow of fruit colours to the different animals that eat them.

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  11. Snack company to have its own way at former Burger King in BarbertonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Ohio.com

    A vacant former Burger King in Barberton is being transformed into the new home of a fledgling fruit snack company that has attracted national attention. Peaceful Fruits, which was featured on ABC TV's “Shark Tank” early last year and is now in Akron, plans to rent with an option to buy the former fast-food eatery owned by the city of Barberton.

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  12. Your lettersRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Ledbury Reporter

    Walking back to the car park in Edith Walk after the theatre it struck me how miserable the place looks now the dark nights are here. Were it not for the estate agents and Italian restaurant the place would be as black as the ace of spades.

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  13. Banana Boxes Donated to Texas Prison Contain $18M of CocaineRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | FindLaw

    Often dubbed "the world's most popular fruit," the banana is quite versatile. Who knew it could help smuggle cocaine? And not just a small amount.

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  14. Gina Rodriguez Suffers Allergy Emergency Before Talk ShowRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | WENN Blog

    Jane The Virgin star Gina Rodriguez suffered an allergy scare as she prepared for a TV appearance in Los Angeles on Tuesday after accidentally eating a blueberry. The actress has to avoid the berries at all costs, but she was so hungry backstage at The Talk in Los Angeles, she had no idea she was munching on one until she tasted it - and producers had to call in medics.

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  15. Trump administration appeals ban of pesticide linked to childhood disordersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Daily Gazette

    A cropduster sprays a field of corn in Camarillo, California. The Trump administration appears ready to go to the mat for chlorpyrifos, a widely used pesticide that has been linked to developmental disorders in children whose mothers were exposed to it during pregnancy.

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  16. Mango peel could help clean up oil contaminationRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC News

    University of South Australia researcher Biruck Desalegn Yirsaw has proven an extract of the fruit's peel can be used to "synthesise" the material that can break down contaminated soil. Currently, boron hydride is used to fuse the material that can break down oil, or the soil is left contaminated.

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  17. 'It's sickening': a More fruit tampering unearthed in BallaratRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Ararat Advertiser

    For the second time in a week, fruit from Coles in Stockland Wendouree has been found with needles in it, this time embedded in mandarins aimed at children. The bag of 'kids sized mandarins' was purchased by Patricia Bradley from the Wendouree Coles last week, with the needle discovered by her 14-year-old cousin on Tuesday.

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  18. Slow and lowRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | NewsReview.com

    ... cannabutter, which some dispensaries sell in jars) and some perishable bakery products. Candies in "fun" shapes like fruits or bears, as well as cartoon branding or other packaging that might appeal to children, are also off limits. Some people are ...

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  19. Scientists now know why this orange turned purple out of the blueRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | ABC News

    Scientists finally know why an orange purchased from a fruit and veg shop in suburban Brisbane turned purple, hours after it was cut open. The answer? Naturally occurring anthocyanins in the orange reacted with the iron particles found on the recently sharpened knife which was used to cut it, causing it to go purple.

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  20. Hong Kong celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival with 'Fire Dragon' danceRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    ... by wrapping straw around a rattan frame. The massive beast is prompted forward by two 'pearls', which are pomelo fruits inserted with lit incense sticks. The fruits are twirled to create a blur of light that looks like shining pearls. Video footage ...

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