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true fruit

[¦trü ′früt]
(botany)
A fruit that is derived from only the ovary and its contents, usually derived from a superior (inserted above the other floral parts) ovary. Also known as superior fruit.
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The Hawaiian invaders, however, are true fruit flies and belong to another family.
Frusia creates perfect fruit smoothies in seconds and lends true fruit flavor to blended mock-tails, cocktails, and more.
If you were tasting blind it was hard to identify the true fruit flavors." He determined early in the product strategy phase that flavor would drive the category i.e., green teas matched up well with lighter fruit blends, while black teas paired well with berries.
berries, grapes, fruit skins, and true fruit juices
As Alphonse Dupront argued fifty years ago: "The true fruit of the 'Discovery of the World' is the certitude of a commun humain." [39]
According to the company, this process provides West End with a "true fruit" taste that is less sweet than competitive beverages.
In fruit-flavored desserts and beverages, dextrose may enhance true fruit flavors.
The group will define a true fruit, botanically speaking, observe their diversity and learn about how their colors, textures, sizes, ripening times and chemistry influence how their cargos, the seeds, are dispersed.
True Fruit Organic, packaged in a clear container alongside a spork (a combination spoon and fork), has no pesticides or synthetic fertilizers.
Frusia, a line of premium, shelf-stable whole-fruit smoothie bases, creates perfect fruit smoothies in seconds and lends true fruit flavor to blended mocktails, cocktails, and more.
Christian Thompson and Lynn Carroll, in collaboration with fruit fly expert Norrbom and specialists from England and Israel, are putting the finishing touches on the first computerized expert system and database of true fruit flies.