Apios

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Noun1.Apios - twining perennial North American plantsApios - twining perennial North American plants
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
Apios americana, Apios tuberosa, groundnut, groundnut vine, Indian potato, wild bean, potato bean - a North American vine with fragrant blossoms and edible tubers; important food crop of Native Americans
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With the additional space, Apio will add eight new fresh-cut vegetable processing lines to expand its product offerings to include vegetable tray products, salad kits and vegetable stir-fry kits.
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Among individuals who were North American Native in VA data, only 39 percent were recorded as such in DOD data, while among those who were APIO in VA, 65 percent were APIO in DOD data.
Landec's subsidiary, Apio, has become the leader in US fresh-cut specialty packaged vegetables sold in North America by combining Landec's proprietary food packaging technology and the strength of two major national brands Eat Smart[R] and GreenLine[R], with the capabilities of a large national food supplier, processor and distributor.
We are focused on providing significantly enhanced safety to drivers today, right now, regardless of the vehicle that they drive," said Sascha Simon, founder and CEO of Apio Systems.
Knobeloch, who joined Apio in September, will assume responsibility for the day-to-day operations at the company and report to Nick Tompkins, Apio's chief executive officer.
2 million increase in revenues in Apio's non-GreenLine value-added businesses, which include the Apio fresh-cut specialty packaged vegetable business, Apio Cooling and Apio Packaging, and (3) a $1.
13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Apio Systems today announced that it has completed a $5 million Series A round of financing led by Verizon Ventures, the investment arm of Verizon Communications.
Founded in 1979, Apio markets a full line of fresh-cut vegetables under the Eat Smart brand to club, retail, and food service customers.
Landec's subsidiary, Apio, has become the leader in US fresh-cut specialty packaged vegetables by combining Landec's proprietary food packaging technology and the strength of two major national brands Eat Smart[R] and GreenLine[R], with the capabilities of a large national food supplier, processor and distributor.
For APIO, the company is expecting FY14 sales and production volume of approximately 11 million tons, but has lowered its cash-cost-per-ton expectation to $50 to $55 from its previous expectation of $55 to $60.