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The banana is an edible fruit, botanically a berry, produced by several kinds of large ..... Bananas must be transported over long distances from the tropics to world markets. To obtain maximum shel...

Bananas - TIS

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For transport, bananas must be sound, clean, whole, fresh, free of foreign odors ... Fruit to be shipped over long distances should be, for example, 41 - 43 grade ...

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Aug 8, 2010 ... A brief look at how the humble banana is grown in a Costa Rican field ... How oranges are grown, harvested and shipped by Curiosity Quest ...

Our Passion For Fruit - Bananas - Fyffes

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The banana story – from growing the best bananas in a sustainable way, then harvesting, shipping and ripening them to meet the specific needs of the people ...

The Economics of Bananas - Freakonomics Freakonomics

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Jun 19, 2008 ... By sticking to this single variety, the banana industry ensures that all the bananas in a shipment ripen at the same rate, creating huge ...

How bananas are grown | Banana Link

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Bananas do not grow from a seed but from a bulb or rhizome. ... They are transported at a temperature of 13.3°C in order to increase their shelf life, and require ...

Economic Costs of the Banana Trade / Bananas

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The average shipment of bananas is approximately 250,000 40-pound boxes, which totals around ten million pounds of banana.<sup>2</sup> This means that the United ...

Sam on Fruit-All About Bananas

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When the bananas reach a temperature of 60 degrees, they are ready to ship to market. The time from harvest to your supermarket produce section takes ...

Bananas

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Mature-green bananas can be stored for up to 4 weeks in ethylene-free air or up to. 6 weeks ... Green bananas are shipped at a pulp temperature range of 56 to ...

Patent WO2014144788A1 - Process for ripening bananas inside of ...

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Sep 18, 2014 ... To ripen bananas during shipping, unripened bananas are first placed in ethylene- permeable containers within a shipping box. The boxes of ...

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The Fast Food Fruit - Issue 3: In Transit - Nautilus

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Jul 18, 2013 ... Before the fast-food industry learned to process, pack, and ship inexpensive temperature-controlled meals, banana carriers had already ...

Main American Banana Import Ports, 2011 - Hofstra

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A important dimension of the banana trade concerns its containerization. In the past tropical fruits were dominantly transported in purpose designed reefer ships.

Economics of Banana Shipping Trade | Paris Lianos - Academia.edu

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Economics of Banana Shipping Trade Paraschos Lianos paraschoslianos@ hotmail.com MBA Maritime Economics and Policy Contents Table of Figures .