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    Rather used for food, wine, or as a hospitable gesture, the pineapple, for centuries has been a great commodity worldwide. Although it is thought to have originated in the South American countries of Brazil and Paraguay, it was first discovered in the Caribbean island now known as Guadalupe. The discovery of pineapple in Guadalupe date back to 1493. Following their finding of the pineapple, Europeans attempted to take the plant back to Europe for cultivation. The lack of a tropical climate prevented the success of European cultivation of the fruit. Explorers instead introduced the pineapple to a number of their colonies in Africa, Asia, and the south pacific, were they are still grown today. The pineapple’s scientific name is Ananas comosus…

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    Stop Coughing with Pineapple Juice – More Powerful and Much More Effective than Cough Syrup You should use pineapple juice to stop coughing instead of cough syrup since it is much more effective. Pineapple contains an enzyme called Bromelain which is effective in fighting infections and bacteria. This enzyme makes pineapple juice a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. Half the amount of vitamin C that you need per day Only one glass of pineapple juice will provide your body with half of the…

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    The data from Table 1.1 provides a measurement of how hard the Jell-O gets when fruit is not added and when different types of fruit are added: pineapples, mangoes and apples. The deeper the coin drops into the Jell-O, the less hardened the Jell-O is. The control, no fruit, hardened the most, which is shown in the table because the coin could not break the surface of the Jell-O, so it did not sink into the Jell-O at all. The coin sank into the Jell-O with the added pineapple. The coin dropped an…

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    Hawaii Narrative

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    Aunt Ciara, her boyfriend Michael, my dad, my mom, and my nana and her husband. We are on our way to Hawaii I was scared because that was my first plane ride over the ocean. When we got there it was so nice. We went to a limo to our hotel, our hotel was Pacific beach hotel . Our hotel had a huge fish tank with stingrays and a lot of fish and our hotel had a pool and a jacuzzi. Right after that we went to the ocean to go swimming when I was swimming in the ocean I saw a fish. Our hotel…

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    Pineapple Job Analysis

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    Many farmers turned their farms into corporations. One of the oldest produce corporations is Dole. Dole started out as a small pineapple stand. With more sales they began to expand business until they became large enough that they stated to can their goods. With this move they were then able to higher on more employees to work in the company. One of these employees was an engineer who created a machine that would peel and slice the pineapples. This increased productivity by allowing them to…

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    Pineapple Case Study

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    2.1 Background of pineapple 2.1.1 Pineapple Pineapple is a tropical which is planted in many tropical countries such as Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Africa. It is known as ananas commonly where it’s scientific name is ananas comoscus and also one of the most important commercial fruitcrops in the world,known as the queen of fruits. Because it has excellent flavour and taste. Pineapple is the third mostimportant tropical fruit in the world after Banana and Citrus. They are consumed or served fresh,…

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    Lycopene Vs Pineapple

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    To begin with, the article I have chosen is called Genetically Engineered Pink Pineapple Is Safe to Sell, FDA Says and I found it on nbcnews.com. On December 14th “a strain of pineapple genetically engineered to be pink instead of yellow got the go-ahead from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration”(nbcnews.com). This spectacular fruit was created by Del Monte Fresh Produce and will soon be making its debut on the market.This new pineapple gets its bizarre color by simply toning down its genes to…

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    The topic of pineapple pizza, and whether it belongs on pizza, has been the topic of centuries. One third of all americans believe that pineapples belong on pizza, and almost one third of Americans are illiterate or undereducated. Coincidence? I think not. Although people say that pineapples belong on pizza because it’s healthy, there is a balance of flavours, and because people enjoy it, these people are wrong. Pineapples don’t belong on pizza. Although some people may say that pineapples…

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    He never stopped to wonder if anyone was behind him. My bright and completely theoretical idea was that he probably already knew I was following him, and didn’t care to question that fact. He was striking, in the sense that he stood out amongst those in a crowd of average tastes. He took on a sort of "punk-rock" look, with a badass leather jacket and half-calf lace up boots. His face had enough piercings and retro jewelry on it to smelt into a two liter can of diced pineapple, though actually,…

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    Pineapples are standard regular items that are produced in various tropical and subtropical regions all through the world. Despite this, there are a lot of captivating substances about pineapples that numerous people may not know. This is only several them. Reason for pineapples Botanists have taken after the reason for pineapples to South America. Specifically, pineapples started from Brazil, in the Amazon Bowl. The Aztecs were creating and eating pineapples a long time before North,…

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