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clutch

stick to

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cling to something

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to hold fast

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fruit (especially peach) whose flesh adheres strongly to the pit

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hold on tightly or tenaciously

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Several of the vitamins and phytochemicals measured in this study were found to be present in canned cling peaches versus fresh freestone at statistically significantly higher levels," said Bob Durst of OSU and the Linus Pauling Institute, who led the research on this project.
Grown up and down the state of California, cling peaches are handpicked and packed within hours of harvest.
Founded in 1996, The California Cling Peach Board is a California State Marketing Order, issued in furtherance of the desire of California's cling peach growers to create an environment that enhances the use of cling peaches through promotion, advertising, consumer education, production and marketing research, establishment of grades and standards, and compilation of industry statistics.
As well as dried mango, the Company also import a whole range of dried fruits including Yellow Cling Peaches, Elberta Peaches, Raisins and Nectarines.
As part of its extensive selection of freshly prepared pastas, soups, pizza, baked goods and desserts, as well as the elaborate salad bar, Fresh Choice restaurants will offer clearly labeled "California Grown" items, some of which include the following: cheese, cling peaches, garlic, grapes, milk, raisins, strawberries, tomatoes, walnuts and wine.
The potential to win more than the $2500 first place prize increases if the winning recipes include one or more of the following bonus ingredients: California avocados, peaches, plums or nectarines, table grapes, tomatoes, pears, and canned cling peaches.
This may negatively affect the total production of some deciduous crops, such as apples, prunes, cherries, pears, pistachios, walnuts and cling peaches.