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|Origin||Spain, Greece, Italy, Turkey, Morocco, South Africa|
|Harvesting time||December (southern hemisphere), July (northern hemisphere)|
|Growth||On the apricot tree|
|Processing||Peeling, cutting and canning|
|Shelf life||Several years after production|
Apricots grow on apricot trees. In the months of May and April these trees are in full bloom and in July the apricots may be harvested. They fall off the trees on their own accord and need only to be caught.
In the factory the apricots are first washed and subsequently peeled according to a special procedure. Then they are canned in their juice as halved peeled apricots (halves) and as pulp. There used to be many different kinds of pulp. Nowadays there are only two: 90/95 and Maduro.
|Maduro||coarsely ground pulp (kind of stewed fruit)|
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