cantaloupe


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Cantaloupensis is the true cantaloupe, which is medium sized, warty or scaly, common in Europe, but not grown commercially here.
Fruit consumption was associated with reduced leukemia risk (odds ratio 0.71) and that protective effect appeared to reside mostly with cantaloupe (odds ratio 0.87).
poona accounted for only 1% of all human Salmonella isolates in the United States in 2001, it was the infecting organism in four of six Salmonella outbreaks linked to cantaloupe imported from Mexico.
Even though Mexico has proceeded with its WTO complaint, the Fox administration has offered a compromise proposal to create a certification program to identify cantaloupe growers who maintain good safety standards.
"I like them both, but I do like cantaloupe just a little bit better than watermelon," he said.
On the basis of findings of this study, cantaloupe seed oil may be ranked as a viable feedstock for biodiesel production.
This simple juice uses cantaloupe and oranges, along with turmeric, a spice celebrated for its antiinflammatory and antibacterial qualities.
The news comes on the heels of the company's recent announcement and what we consider to be strong customer interest in USAT's expanded end-to-end enterprise services with the addition of Seed Pro and Seed Office solutions to its cashless payment platform following its acquisition of Cantaloupe Systems on 9 November 2017.
has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Cantaloupe Systems, Inc., a premier provider of cloud and mobile solutions for vending, micro markets, and office coffee service, in a transaction valued at approximately $85 million.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-November 13, 2017-USA Technologies acquires Cantaloupe Systems
Present work was aimed at extraction of cantaloupe seed oil and its application to the production of biodiesel through base-catalyzed transesterification using four different basic catalysts viz.
One of these nutrients is beta-carotene, found in yellow and orange fruits such as cantaloupe.
They placed the nozzle 3 inches from the cantaloupe, a distance that produced 154 F steam at the point of contact.
Some cantaloupe were cut up immediately after being steamed.