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CMI evaluates effectiveness of using QR codes on packaging providing opportunities for consumers to learn more about their food through Ambrosia™ apples Facebook contest. WENATCHEE,
Ambrosia™ Apples Back in High-Demand a Decade After U.S. Debut.
Fall is Rainier Fruit Company’s favorite time of year—and this season’s harvest is shaping up to be one of the most delicious in a long time Selah, Washington
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New research from Washington State University has found that non-digestible compounds in Granny Smith apples might help combat disorders associated with obesity.
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Image Credit: Joshua Kelly Mt. Fuji is the highest mountain in the country of Japan. It does have a large impact on the weather in the region. The first impact is shown in the image to the left. This is known as a cap cloud as it sits snuggly on top of the mountain. This feature can be indicative of strong turbulence in the area for aviation purposes. The second impact that Mt. Fuji can have is the winter weather in the Tokyo area. When storm systems come in from the west they tend to...
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