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PLUMS, CANNED, PURPLE

NUTRITION FACTS Serving size: ½ cup (126g) canned plums, pitted, in light syrup Amount Per Serving Calories 80 Calories from Fat 0 % Daily Value* Total Fat 0g 0% Saturated Fat 0g 0% Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 0mg 0% Sodium 25mg 1% Total Carbohydrate 21g 7% Dietary Fiber 1g 4% Sugars ...

THE IMPORTANCE OF PLUM GROWING WORLDWIDE

CHAPTER 22 The Flavor of Plums E. GOMEZ-PLAZA 1 and C. LEDBETTER 2 University of Murcia 2USDA THE IMPORTANCE OF PLUM GROWING WORLDWIDE For fresh and dry consumption, or for use as a flavoring, beverage, or condiment to accompany other foods, plums are widely grown throughout the temperate ...

Honey bees in cherry and plum pollination

The d'Agen or French prune, the dominant prune variety grown in NSW, is self-fertile although the majority of plums will not self-pollinate and require insect activity for cross pollination.

Commodity Profile: Plums, fresh market

1 Agricultural Issues Center University of California Created February 2006 Commodity Profile: Plums, fresh market by Hayley Boriss, Junior Specialist Henrich Brunke, Assistant Specialist Marcia Kreith, Program Analyst Agricultural Issues Center University of California agissues@ucdavis.edu ...

Food of the Week: Plum

Food of the Week: Plum History Amazingly, there are over 2,000 varieties of plums originating from different parts of the world. The most common plums seen in the United States are from American, European, and Japanese origins.

Prunus - Plum 'Beauty' Plum A large Japanese plum with bright ...

Microsoft Word - Toms_Top_Ten_Plums.doc. Prunus - Plum 'Beauty' Plum A large Japanese plum with bright red skin and amber tinged red flesh. Sweet and flavorful.

Taming the Wild Beach Plum Richard H. Uva

Plums of New York; Wight. 1915. 12 Bailey. 1898. 13 1872. The beach or sand plum. American Agriculturist 31: 424. 14 W. R. Okie and D. W. Ramming. 1999. Plum breeding worldwide.

Peach, Plum and Nectarine

Introduction Peaches are the emblem of Southern summer, now joined by nectarines bred for the humid South. Plums were native here, and are a close relative of peaches and nectarines.

Crop Profile for Plums in California

Crop Profile for Plums in California Prepared: June, 1999 Revised: September, 1999 General Production Information ● California ranks first in the U.S. in the production of plums/prunes.

bites and sides

beverages COFFEE 3 ESPRESSO 3 LATTE 4 TEAS FROM LEAVES 3 GINGER PEACH ICED TEA 3 JUICES 3 FRESH LEMONADE 4 bites and sides SOUP & SALAD 8 Soup, Caesar or Field Greens LITTLE CAESAR 5 Free Range Chicken add 4 POMMES FRITES 4 FIELD GREENS 5 Strawberries, Balsamic Dressing GRILLED BREAD 2 SMASHED ...