inshell

inshell

(ɪnˈʃɛl)
vb (tr)
to retreat, as into a shell
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Therefore, the 31-year-old US duty on imports of raw inshell pistachios from Iran will remain in place--and, since the tariff is a very punitive 241.
Moisture sorption characteristics of inshell macadamia nuts.
Frankly, the field price for inshell hazelnuts is so high it leaves us no margin to cover the costs to process, pay employees and sell our nuts at a reasonable price to you," the company said on its website.
The egg-shell and shell membrane showed very good transparency to radio waves in their dielectric properties, thereby making inshell egg pasteurization by radiofrequency heating possible with a careful RF design.
Insect growth regulators: new protectants against the almond moth in stored inshell peanuts.
Over time, populations of the pathogen on inshell pecans or pecan nutmeats could potentially increase to high numbers.
Rich and hearty with lots of fishy nuggets (including a generous smattering of inshell mussels) he reckoned it was actually more like a main course and the dollop of paprika mayo on top (weird, huh?
Therefore, 18 infertile eggs and 43 dead inshell embryos of the breeding project, as well as 27 nestlings and 34 adult birds of the captive and 3 different free-ranging populations were investigated for the occurrence of mycoplasmas by culture and a Mycoplasma genus specific polymerase chain reaction.
The average of the last 14 years of Turkey's inshell hazelnut production is about 500,000 tonnes/year.
You can find walnuts in your local supermarket in two forms: shelled and inshell.