Citrus Fruits

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List Of Phytochemicals In Food - Phenolic Compounds
... Rutin – citrus fruits, buckwheat, parsley, tomato, apricot, rhubarb, tea, pagoda tree fruits ... Isorhamnetin Flavanones Hesperidin – citrus fruits ... Naringenin – citrus fruits ...
Agriculture In South Africa - Crops
... Fruits, including grapes for wine, earn as much as 40 percent of agricultural export earnings in some years ... Fresh fruit finds a good market in Europe because it matures during the northern hemisphere's winter.) Deciduous fruits, including apples, pears, and peaches, are grown primarily in areas of the Western ... Almost 1 million tons of deciduous fruits were sold fresh locally or were exported each year in the early 1990s ...
List Of Food Origins - Polynesia - Australia - Fruits of Australian Origin
... Although the fruits of Australia were eaten for thousands of years as bushfood by Aboriginal people, they have only been recently recognized for their culinary qualities by non-indigenous ... Some Australian fruits also have exceptional nutritional qualities, including high vitamin C and other antioxidants ... Cunoniaceae) Desert fig (Ficus platypoda Moraceae) Desert lime (Citrus glauca Rutaceae) Doubah (Marsdenia australis Apocynaceae) Emu Apple (Owenia acidula Meliaceae) Fibrous Satinash (Syzygium ...
Citrus Production - Countries Involved
... Citrus fruits are produced all over the world ... According to UNCTAD, in 2004 there were 140 citrus producing countries ... Around 70% of the world's total citrus production is grown in the Northern Hemisphere, in particular countries around the Mediterranean and the United States, although ...

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