Fruits

Almond
Almond

The almond is the fruit of the almond tree (Prunus dulcis) native to Iran, from the Rosaceae family. The seed of almond is rich in lipid (54%), particularly in oleic and linoleic acid which are...

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Apple
Apple

An apple is a sweet, edible fruit produced by an apple tree (Malus domestic). In France, it is the most consumed edible fruit and the third in the planet. The main types of apples come from the...

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Cherry
Cherry

In the northern hemisphere, cherries are harvested from late May to mid-August. There are many varieties, the best known are Burlat and Bigarreau. It is consumed fresh or in cakes, mousses, jams...

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Fig
Fig

Locally there are numerous varieties such as the Algerian fig, the Sonia Wolf fig, the Argenteuil white fig, the Brunswick fig, the black fig, the Dottato fig and the Turkish fig. They can be eaten...

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Fresh Walnut
Fresh Walnut

The plantation of walnuts is called a walnut orchard, and like other tree nuts, it must be processed and stored properly since if there is poor storage this will make walnuts susceptible to insect...

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Grapes
Grapes

With some 77 million tons harvested each year, the grape is one of the most produced fruits in the world. Spain remains largely the first region to grow more than 1 million hectares, ahead of China...

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Medlar
Medlar

It's a hard and acidic fruit, and becomes edible once is softened, by bletting process, or naturally in storage given the sufficient time. Once it's ripe and bletted its skin gets brown and...

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Melon
Melon

It's one of the largest fruits, weighing between 700 g and 4 kg. The skin varies in texture and colour (green, yellow, orange or even white), as does the pulp (from yellowish white to orange,...

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Nectarine
Nectarine

Nectarine is a variety of peaches whose core does not adhere to the pulp. It is distinguished from the peach by its smooth and shiny skin that has an orange color that turns towards the red. Its...

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Nectavigne
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Olive
Olive

Each year, 3,135,000 tons of olives are collected worldwide for the production of olive oil and 2,750,000 tons for the manufacture and packaging of culinary olives. This total harvest of around 6...

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Peach
Peach

The main world producers are China, Italy, Spain, the United States, Greece and Turkey. Europe produces 4.18 million tons. In France, the production of peaches for unprocessed products is estimated...

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Pear
Pear

The pear tree and shrub are a species of genus Pyrus in the Rosaceae family, bearing the pomaceous fruit of the same name. The pear is a fruit with a sweet taste and with two thousand varieties....

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Plum
Plum

Plums are spherical and fleshy drupes of medium size, between 2 to 7 cm in diameter, of yellow, green or purple color, with a core containing an almond. Subspecies of the plum plant include the...

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Quince
Quince

They are acidic fruits with a high pH of about 3.7. They contain malic acid, tartaric acid, acetic acid, oxalic acid and very little citric acid. Rich in pectins, the quince contains very few...

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Strawberry Tree Fruit
Strawberry Tree Fruit

The fruits are edible soft-tasting berries, about 2 cm in diameter, of bright red colour when ripe, containing numerous seeds and of sweet taste when reddish. It matures in about 12 months, in...

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Sweet Chestnut
Sweet Chestnut

The chestnuts are part of the genus Castanea. This fruit grows on a chestnut tree. It is native to temperate Northern hemisphere. All the terms which refer to chestnut in Europe are derive from the...

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Watermelon
Watermelon

Three varieties exist today, depending on the color of the pulp and the seeds: First, the watermelon with red pulp and black seeds, of which the most common are the dark green Sugar Baby and the...

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