Xylitol production from cashew apple
bagasse by Kluyveromyces marxianus CCA510.
Biotechnological valorization of cashew apple
: A review.
de Oliveira et al., "Anti-inflammatory and wound healing potential of cashew apple
juice (Anacardium occidentale L.) in mice," Experimental Biology and Medicine, vol.
juice supplementation enhanced fat utilization during highintensity exercise in trained and untrained men.
(2002) verified shelf-life stability of cashew apple
juice clarified by microfiltration using a 0.3 pm pore size polyethersulfone membrane at 200 kPa of transmembrane pressure and temperature of 30[degrees]C.
In this lusciously-illustrated volume published in collaboration with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Stuppy (seed morphologist, Millennium Seed Bank Project, RBGK) and Kesseler (Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, UK) fruitfully combine full-page and other photographs of such exotic fruits as Buddha's hand, cashew apple
, and Japanese wineberry with scientific names and explanations of the complexities of their classification, evolution, growth and reproductive habits.
The nut is attached to the lower portion of the cashew apple
which is conically shaped.
On the tree in South America it's called the cashew apple
and its smooth, red-yellow flesh can be eaten raw.
This fruit, called cashew apple
, is eaten in tropical countries with no ill effects.
Based on the above, this study aimed to evaluate the stability of cashew apple
juice in powder, dehydrated in spouted bed, stored in two types of vacuum-sealed packaging for the period of 60 days.
The cashew tree (Anacardium occidentale L.) is native of Brazil and its main commercial product is the nut, thereby the peduncle or cashew apple
was considered a residue of the nut industry.
The effects of husbandry on flavour is also discussed and when dealing with unusual fruits one author covers Feijoa, Roseapple, Cherimoya, Custard apple, Soursop, Carambola, Cashew apple
, Babaco, Durian, Mangosteen, Loquat and Beli fruit, to name a few.