Fruits Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Kaspa's sweet-toothed delights bound to be a hit with younger customersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This Is Bristol

    At a time when we are being told on a daily basis to cut our sugar and fat intake, especially children, it seems strange how many dessert-only restaurants are opening up. Kaspa's is the latest of several sugar-sprinkled dessert houses to have launched in Bristol over the past few months and it's part of a rapidly expanding chain, with 20 branches around the UK.

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  2. Downtown Farmers Market Holds Deaconess Back to School DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WEHT

    The event will feature exhibits, games, and free school supplies. Food vendors will be serving breakfast and lunch with carry outs to take home or back to work.

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  3. Firefighters take on 195 mile cycling challenge in 24 hours for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    A GROUP of Wiltshire firefighters have attempted to cycle through all 24 of Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service's fire stations in 24 hours for charity. The 195 mile route saw cyclists leaving from Devizes at noon on Friday and returning back shortly before midday the next day.

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  4. 50 great restaurant gardens across the countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | USA Today

    Chef Blaine Wetzel forages some ingredients and grows others in on-site gardens at The Willows Inn in Lummi Island, Wash. Sitting atop a high coastal bluff with picture perfect views, Montage Laguna Beach boasts a beautiful on-site garden, where Studio Restaurant and Spa Montage source ingredients daily for garden-to-table dishes and seasonal spa treatments.

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  5. Your Sake Crib Notes from NYC's New Mega Robata RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Food & Wine

    ... to try: Kokuryu 'Ryu' Daiginjo ($90) "Calming and gentle nose of white peach and lily; stunning flavors of exotic fruits with a lingering finish." Junmai Daiginjo: This highest grade of sake, junmai daiginjo sakes are daiginjo sakes that are made ...

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  6. iTi Tropicals unveils new coconut water, milk prototypesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | Beverage Industry

    ... iTi innovation scientists have created a coconut milk beverage that contains only 2 percent fat from coconut cream. : Fruits and vegetables, such as alphonso mango puree, spinach, red beet, passionfruit, blueberry, carrot, and apple concentrates, ...

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  7. Viniq RubyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | Beverage Industry

    Viniq Ruby, E. & J. Gallo's newest addition to its collection of shimmery liqueurs, is available nationwide. The ruby red liqueur is a fusion of premium vodka, Moscato, natural fruit flavors of strawberry, red berry, and orange citrus with the Viniq shimmer.

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  8. Bananas free Swedish man from speeding fineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Local

    ... eat a lot of protein-rich and fatty foods but avoid high-carbohydrate contents found for example in pasta and certain fruits. In recent years weight-conscious Swedes have increasingly ditched old-school regimes to opt for trendier diets such as the ...

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  9. Firefighters take on 195 mile cycling challenge in 24 hours for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    A GROUP of Wiltshire firefighters have attempted to cycle through all 24 of Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service's fire stations in 24 hours for charity. The 195 mile route saw cyclists leaving from Devizes at noon on Friday and returning back shortly before midday the next day.

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  10. Restaurant review: Spiga in TotowaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NorthJersey.com

    Spiga doesn't make a big splash - at first. It blends right into the gaggle of businesses on Union Boulevard in Totowa.

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  11. Pitt Meadows blueberry farmers coping with droughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Maple Ridge News

    "The drought, in combination with some of the heat, has put a lot of stress on the plants," said Jesse Brar, the vice-president of sales and packing operations for Golden Eagle Blueberries. The Pitt Meadows farm is the largest high bush blueberry farm in Canada, and is owned by the Aquilinis - the family that owns the Vancouver Canucks.

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  12. Health | 3 Yummy Herbal Popsicle Recipes to Help You Cool DownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Go Local

    ... littles to enjoy. You can easily make your own popsicles a little more grown up by adding some legitimately cooling fruits, vegetables and herbs to the mix. Read on to find out some cooling ingredients you can experiment with, followed by 3 of my ...

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  13. Berry, berry deliciousRead the original story

    Thursday | St. Albert Gazette

    And don't forget a hat, sunscreen and sunglasses and insect repellent. * Bring a picnic cooler with ice packs to keep your produce cool * Bring cash - many vendors don't accept any other form of payment * Call ahead to see what's available for picking today - you don't want to be disappointed * For berries, store unwashed in the fridge in shallow containers, loosely covered, and wash just before use.

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  14. EPA Approves Registration Application For Pace's FYSIUMRead the original story

    Thursday | Agri Marketing

    EPA APPROVES REGISTRATION APPLICATION FOR PACE'S FYSIUM Jul. 31, 2015 Source: Pace International news release Pace International LLC has announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved its application for the registration of FYSIUM, a new 1-MCP technology that will help apple packers in the United States improve the quality and value of their apples. FYSIUM was designed and developed by Janssen PMP, a company already well known in the apple market for their FUNGAFLOR and PENBOTEC postharvest products.

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  15. First successful reduction of clinical allergenicity of food by...Read the original story

    Thursday | CiteULike

    First successful reduction of clinical allergenicity of food by genetic modification: Mal d 1-silenced apples cause fewer allergy symptoms than the wild-type cultivar. To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document.

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  16. Orchard satisfies diversification plan, tastebudsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Western Producer

    Kreg Alde eliminated everything he didn't like when he was searching for a way to diversify the fourth generation farm. "I always have been fond of berry picking," said Alde, who went in search of the right berry for the northern Alberta orchard.

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  17. Bigheaded cactus has a few surprisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | San Jose Mercury News

    ... color makes a nice contrast with the yellow and white of the spines. Equally attractive are the little clublike red fruits that follow. Email questions on drought-resistant plants to [email protected] . Learn more about the Ruth Bancroft ...

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  18. Chef Rungtiwa Sorlae on JW Cafe's Thai street food festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    ... coconut milk too are seen being cooked and served on the streets of Thailand. We also have a variety of freshly cut fruits such as Mangosteen, Rambutan, Dragon fruit, Pomelo and Durian that are sold as street food. I have tried Indianised Thai food. ...

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  19. New Community Orchard plan for Otley blossomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Wharfedale Observer

    Rob Godfrey from Practically Green with Otley Town Councillors Ray Georgeson and Mick Bradley at the site of Otley's new Community Orchard. The Town Council has agreed in principle to a scheme that would see a two-and-a-half acre field at Gallows Hill transformed into a dedicated fruit-growing area.

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  20. Princeton's best salsas compete in this year's Salsa SlamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    The Princeton Public Library held its fourth annual Salsa Slam last night. Eleven local eateries battled it out for salsa dominance before a hungry public AND a panel of 5 judges.

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