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The fruits range from pale yellow to cherry red and spring green, but red is not generally more prominent than the other colours. (One apple-loving traveller, Beck Lowe, reports that ironically a commercial Kazakh orchard, like orchards everywhere around the world, is growing Red Delicious and Golden Delicious, apples of American origin.)

Results: We find that the campaign has been effective in reducing the increase in the sales of unhealthy snacks in treated stores - relative to control stores - only in the case of regular stores, which tend to locate in the wealthier areas of Rome. No effect is found, instead, for discount stores, where people with a higher risk of developing obesity are more likely to shop.

Conclusions: Our results suggest that the European School Fruit campaign has restrained the consumption of junk food in the sub-group of the population (wealthier families) who is less likely to be exposed to overweight and obesity problems, but has not been effective at all for the sub-group more at risk.

Apples are pollinated by insects, with bees and flies transferring pollen from flowers of one apple tree to those of another. But you don't need to plant a whole orchard to enjoy apples right off the tree. Two trees will reward any family with enough fruit to enjoy and share with friends.

Apples require pollen from a different apple variety to grow fruit. If you only have room in your yard for one tree, there may be crab apples in your neighborhood to provide the pollen your tree needs.

The color of an apple is only one indicator of its ripeness. Sweetness is an indicator of maturity and harvest readiness along with fruit size and color. There is a popular idea that some later apple varieties need a frost to sweeten them before picking. However, apples will ripen and sweeten up without a frost.

Apples last the longest at standard refrigerator temperatures, about 33F to 38F, with about 85 percent humidity. Although garages, basements and root cellars may provide adequate storage conditions, the best place to store apples at home is usually the refrigerator.

A brief dip below 28 degrees may just weaken the apples enough to decrease their shelf life. Several nights below 28 degrees are more likely to soften the skin and flesh of the apple, making the fruit unusable.

As you prune your young tree to achieve a good form, you may also need to train it. Training primarily consists of bending young, flexible branches that are growing vertically into more horizontal positions, toward a 60 degree angle from the main stem. Some apple varieties produce strongly vertical growth and need more training; others tend to produce branches that are naturally well-angled.

There are several different insect pests of apples, some of which you may see every year, while others you may rarely encounter. Simple activities like removing dropped apples and cleaning up leaf litter in the fall will help manage multiple pests.

Fruits on the outside of the tree are more susceptible to sunburn than fruits on the inside of the tree, because they are not being shaded by as many leaves. However, they also generally ripen faster.

We all have heard the saying, 'An apple a day, keeps the doctor away'. The saying is true because apples are loaded with a bundle of nutrients including vitamin C, fibre and potassium. All these work wonders in supporting our health, but too much of them can have a negative impact on health. Yes, too much of any good thing can also affect your health negatively.

Though for that one needs to eat 15 apples, it's important to keep in mind the other sources of fibre in your daily diet. So, if you are having a healthy diet with more than two apples a day, it can lead to some serious digestive troubles.

Apples are highly rich in carbohydrates that can provide you with a burst of energy, which makes apples a perfect pre-workout snack. Apples also make you feel happy as it helps release 'feel-good' neurotransmitters like serotonin.

But having too many apples can lead to a blood sugar spike as it is rich in carbohydrates. For diabetic people, too much sugar even in the form of fruits can also worsen insulin sensitivity and interfere with the way their medication works.

Apples top the list of fruits and vegetables with the highest pesticide residue each year. Diphenylamine is a pesticide commonly found in apples, which means eating too many apples can lead to intake of too many chemicals.

Technology, driven largely by artificial intelligence, will make it possible for customers to be better-educated, not only on their risks but on the various risk transfer mechanisms available to them. Smart systems will allow both consumer and commercial insurance purchasers to match their needs with available policy coverage in new and unprecedented ways. Also, relentless pressure for improved bottom lines fostered by competition in the marketplace will put an ever-increasing spotlight on the cost of insurance, forcing businesses to make more informed decisions. All of this means that agents must up their game from a technological perspective to prosper. Fortunately, technology will help in at least two ways.

But Zoom and similar products are merely the Model T version. Within five years, there will be widespread adoption of augmented reality systems that allow full, 360-degree, three-dimensional, almost physical communication between people at any distance. Agents will be able to market much more broadly than ever before. Agents will be able to fine tune and narrow the niche or target markets in which they work. This will result in increased collaboration among agents, clients and insurance companies as all three seek to fine tune not only coverage, but pricing, as well.

A second cultural objective to consider is implementing and enforcing consistent, careful annual coverage reviews with both prospects and clients. While this is standard practice in many agencies, it is often overlooked or involves only a cursory review of changes in business exposure or coverage needs. In the future, when clients know more about their own risks and coverage options, this won't be adequate. Agents should begin now to increase their thoroughness.

Taking these steps, which appear deceptively simple, will prepare agencies for a future in which the client/agent conversation shifts from fruit comparisons to one that is more like the tailor and his clients while preparing a bespoke suit.

Research has found many different qualities of apples to help with preventing different types of cancers. The phytochemicals can prevent breast cancer, and their ability to affect the metabolism of cancer-causing chemicals, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory systems may reduce the risk of lung and colon cancer. Slather them with a little peanut butter and some healthy toppings for a perfect snack.

Dump that juice cleanse down the drain and pick up a detoxifying apple instead! Full of vitamins, minerals, and good phytochemicals, apples can help stimulate bile production to help the liver remove toxins. They also contain pectin, a soluble fiber that helps remove metals and food additives from your bloodstream. This superfood salad is sure to leave you feeling refreshed and refueled.

The New York Apple Association has expanded the new poly bags with three more colors to complement New York apple varieties and help customers quickly find their favorite varieties, said Cynthia Haskins, association president.

The family company has many updated packaging options for retailers this year, including poly, mesh, pouch, totes, clamshells and more, said Alisha Albinder Camac, operations manager and fourth generation to work in the company.

Treworgy Family Orchards is a Maine farm experience for the whole family. We offer a pick your own apple orchard, pumpkin patch, blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries, corn maze, hayrides, live outdoor folk concerts, ice cream, a gift shop and more.

For example, the number of many apples an individual would be willing and able to buy each month depends in part on the price of apples. Assuming only price changes, then at lower prices, a consumer is willing and able to buy more apples. As the price rises (again holding all else constant), the quantity of apples demanded decreases. The Law of Demand captures this relationship between price and the quantity demanded of a product. It states that there is an inverse (or negative) relationship between the price of a good and the quantity demanded.

Recall, that we represent economic laws and theory using models; in this case we can use a demand schedule or a demand curve to illustrate the Law of Demand. The demand schedule shows the combinations of price and quantity demanded of apples in a table format. The graphical representation of the demand schedule is called the demand curve.

A more formal examination of the law of demand shows the most basic reasons for the downward sloping nature of demand. The first is the substitution effect which states that as the price of the good declines, it becomes relatively less expensive compared to the price of other goods and thus the quantity demanded is greater at a lower price. When the price of the good rises, the opposite occurs; that is, as the price of the good becomes relatively more expensive compared to other goods a lower quantity will be demanded. For example, as the price of apples increases or decreases, apples become relatively more or less expensive compared to other goods, such as oranges. Thus if the price of apples declines, consumers will buy more apples since they are relatively less expensive compared to other goods, such as oranges. 59ce067264


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