Timing is everything

Hennessy, Terry
May 1997
Progressive Grocer;May97, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p145
Trade Publication
Focuses on the technique developed by a group of Florida State researchers in stripping the peels from citrus fruits. Views of fruit experts about the breakthrough; Comments of some people in the fruit industry about the technique; Two most important elements in keeping fresh-cut fruit fresh; Impact of this technology developments in Florida's fresh-cut area; Views of Florida citrus growers regarding their market in relation to the advent of peel-removing technology.


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