Barbados Cherry

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Efecto del Empaque en la Calidad Poscosecha de Frutos de Semeruco (Malpighia emarginata DC)

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Authors: 
Terán Yanira
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D’AubeterreRamón
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Godoy Yajaira
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Márquez Antonio
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Petit Deysi
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Rojas Belinda
Authors: 
Mujica Yelitza
Publisher: 
Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnología Postcosecha
Year: 
2,015

Bela Iaçá

Founded in 2003, Bela Iaçá is located 40 miles from Belem, in Pará State, one of the Amazonian states in Brazil. With well-trained engineers and technicians and modern production facilities, Bela Iaçá activity grew astonishingly rapidly within five years. The company is nowadays one of the biggest fruit processing industries in the Amazonian region and distinguishes itself through the excellence of its products and services.

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Travessa Duque de Caxias, Nº 250
Castanhal , PA 68.745 - 000
Brazil
Phone: +55 91 3311 5600
Year: 
2,003
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Blue Macaw Flora

BLUE MACAW FLORA® is a young company with a great passion for nature and biodiversity. We believe that nature’s most basic products such as fruits and medicinal plants can benefit all of us in ways that are not even yet fully understood. However, extracting them in a responsible manner requires a new way of thinking, behaving, and taking action. Our mission is to do just that: bring the best of Brazil’s natural ingredients to the world in a sustainable fashion. This is our main VALUE and CREDO.

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R. Vahia de Abreu, 96 Vila Olímpia
São Paulo, SP 04549.000
Brazil
Phone: +55 (11) 2503 5356 | 2503 5395
Year: 
2,007
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Barbados Cherry

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Authors: 
Julia F. Morton
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Fruits of warm climates
Year: 
1,987

Barbados Cherry

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Tree:

The Barbados cherry is a large, densely branched shrub or a small tree if pruned to form a central trunk. It varies in shape from a low and spreading habit to a more upright and open habit. It has slender branches with shiny light to deep green leaves which vary in size from 1 to 3 inches and in shape from ovate to obovate.

Flower:

The small, attractive flowers range in color from pale pink to rose. They usually appear in April in southern Florida and flowering continues throughout the summer.

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Authors: 
R. L. Phillips
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University of Florida, IFAS Extension
Year: 
2,005
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