Fruits and vegetables

  • H. F. Jones
  • S. T. Beckett


Fruits and vegetables are the parts of plants, except for grain, that are consumed as food. These parts are shown schematically in Figure 14.1.


Food Processing Fruit Juice Modify Atmosphere Packaging Osmotic Dehydration Clostridium Botulinum 
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  • S. T. Beckett

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