cashew apple


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cashew apple

n.
The soft, swollen, pear-shaped edible stalk of the fruit of the cashew.
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The cashew seed is attached to the bottom of its fruit, the cashew apple, which is high in vitamin C and popular where cashews are grown, which includes tropical regions of India and Brazil.
From products derived from cashew apple, juice is the one presenting the largest market and its extraction generates a residue called bagasse or cashew fiber, which represents 20 to 40% of the cashew apple weight (ROCHA et al.
Cashew apple juice (CAJ) is made from cashew apples as a by-product of cashew nut manufacturing, and is rich in vitamin C and BCAA.
2002) and Carneiro, Sa, Gomes, Matta, and Cabral (2002) for microfiltrations of cashew apple and pineapple juices, respectively.
Handcrafted in small batches Feni has smooth entry and clean finish with hints of pineapple, citrus and cashew apple.
Tenders are invited for Supply installation and commissioning of machines and accessories for the implementation of pilot plant for the production of bio ethanol from cashew apple
A variety of wines including fermented ginger, mulberry fruit, strawberry, passion fruit, blackberry, plum, banana, jackfruit, Roselle, sticky rice or cashew apple, were displayed and left visitors with a unique taste.
There is also a section on lesser-known tropical and subtropical fruits such as dragon fruit, cashew apple, jujube, and loquat.
Kubo, Anti-Helicobacter Pylori Agents from the Cashew Apple, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry: 47, 533-537 (1999).
In this lusciously-illustrated volume published in collaboration with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Stuppy (seed morphologist, Millennium Seed Bank Project, RBGK) and Kesseler (Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, UK) fruitfully combine full-page and other photographs of such exotic fruits as Buddha's hand, cashew apple, and Japanese wineberry with scientific names and explanations of the complexities of their classification, evolution, growth and reproductive habits.