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Eight products to be exported to six new markets starting from next season
Results of study were presented at American Society for Nutrition’s annual meeting
Fruits accounted for 50% of Egyptian exports last season
Company will open sorting and packaging station with $4m investments next year: Al-Saadani
The union aims to train 52,000 farmers and tighten control, Henawy says
Company to establish new production line, add lettuce, carrots, and potatoes to products
Crown Exports will participate in the Fruit Logistica exhibition for the first time in Germany in February.
All the 1950s vintage boutiques were located on this veranda, but most of them have closed long ago.
Food products will rise by approximately 20% on higher costs of fuel used for transportation and production, says professor of agricultural economy
Sweet mishmish are the ultimate seasonal delicacy
This vendor on Tahrir is wearing a headband that says irhal, or leave, and has planted a large Egyptian flag among the prickly pears, he is selling to protesters
Make sure to enjoy the khokh, baroo’ and mishmish while they last
Lychee also offers a selection of hot and cold drinks, in addition to a fresh fruits and fruit salads
The battikh and mangoes have nearly completely disappeared and have been replaced with shiny, bright red, juicy deliciousness that taste great in salads, sauces and soups.
Watermelons have little to no calories, are filled with vitamins and minerals and are one of the healthiest ways to re-hydrate on a hot day.
This is the time of year when droves of wooden carts descend upon every available metre of sidewalk space, hawking their equally delicious-looking wares.