fruit means fruit in the botanical sense but does not include dried, dehydrated, lacquered or deep frozen fruit;
Examples of fruit in a sentence
Fruit tree harvesting begins in the fourth year, and thereafter in 10 yearsthe timber treescan be exploited.
Fruit of smaller sizes may be accepted, if the Brix level of the produce is equal to or greater than to 10,5° Brix and the size is not smaller than 50 mm or 70 g.
Matakala and F.R. Kwesiga (2008), Indigenous Fruit Trees in the Tropics: Domestication, Utilization and Commercialization.
Fruit and vegetables not covered by a specific marketing standard shall conform to the general marketing standard.
Fruit and vegetableassessment: performance of 2 new short instruments and a food frequency questionnaire.
More Definitions of fruit
fruit means fresh, sound fruit, free from deterioration, containing all of its essential constituents and sufficiently ripe for use, after cleaning, removal of blemishes, topping and tailing, and includes ginger, tomatoes, the edible parts of rhubarb stalks, carrots, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, pumpkins, melons and watermelons;
fruit means all the recognized fruit pulp and fruit puree and those vegetables pulp and vegetable puree recognised as suitable in adding to a dairy product and imitation dairy products;
fruit means pipfruit grown or sourced by the Supplier during the relevant Season specified in this Agreement.
fruit means an edible part of a fruit and/or vegetable, either fresh or preserved, presented as but not limited to pulp, puree or fruit juice concentrate;