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And Mark Gravette, a director of London-based edible nut and dried fruit importers, Barrow Lane and Ballard, commented, 'It's mad.
Its total import volume for all types of edible nuts increased by 10 % between 1988 and 1992 to reach close to 170,000 tons, with 120,000 tons of this accounted for by peanuts and 50,000 tons by tree nuts.
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It is such a wonderful species--the beautiful smooth bark, edible nuts, bright papery leaves--and it lives hundreds of years
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During the events, the QCVA provided tissue bags, edible nuts and seeds to children.
White assured the Examiner that the product, mostly comprising of edible nuts, would not be marketed to children as his client only intended to sell it in pubs, nightclubs and other entertainment venues.
The company started out in cocoa and evolved into other commodities such as spices, edible nuts and coffee.
Another reason that would-be nutpickers do not gather hickory nuts is that they cannot differentiate the shagbark hickory from its bitternut and mockernut relatives, which do not bear edible nuts.
The money tree appears to require a climate more tropical than ours in order to bloom and produce fruits, which are huge pods containing edible nuts.
Because if Mary McAleese doesn't get elected I'll cover myself in edible nuts and tie myself to a tree in the Park so the deer can have a field day.
Scientists found that the two macadamia species that produce edible nuts were the most similar to each other.
After working up an appetite and learning about the area's aboriginal heritage, visitors sit down to a lunch of kangaroo meat and a variety of assorted edible nuts and plants including wichetty grubs in thousand island sauce if you are so inclined.