Hung Tai Fresh Fruit
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🐝 Supplier / Place Of Origin：Hung Tai Fresh Fruit / Hawaii
🌱 Producer Introduction：
Cheung Gor have worked as a chef in a hotel for many years, and I definitely have requirements for ingredients. In another runway, He engaged in fruit wholesale. In 2013, Cheung Gor just rented my own durian factory in Thailand. Winning the love of customers and scientists, there is a T Market in Tin Shui Wai that sells fruit directly and operates a neighborhood business.
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🛍 Product Information (Main) (English)：
Binomial Name：Carica papaya L.
Other Names：Hawaii Papaya
Product Description：Papaya sells more than ten yuan each, which costs fifty or sixty yuan each. Why is the price very different? The more expensive one was originally a Hawaii papaya. The reason why it is famous is that Hawaii is a famous volcanic island. The soil contains a lot of rich minerals. Therefore, the papaya planted papaya is particularly rich in nutrients, sweet taste, and tender meat.
Most of the Hawaii papaya is genetic modification. In the 1960s and 1990s, rotary virus broke out in the area of local planting areas. In 1992, a genetically modified papaya that was introduced to the virus gene was found. Sex, so American agricultural scientists began to study genetically modified papaya to fight pests. By 1998, Hawaii officially produced a large number of genetically modified papaya. The more common Rainbow varieties in Hong Kong are genetically modified papaya. It is said that genetically modified papaya may be more likely to cause physical sensitivity and inflammation, but currently scientists have no conclusion about this.
Without biotechnology, there is no papaya industry.
Supply Season：There are supply throughout the year.
Like bananas, papaya tastes best when it's not too green and ripe -- three-quarters yellow is perfect. To keep the same perfect taste and texture, put it in the refrigerator.
Proper Care and Handling
Keep papaya in a refrigerated area at 10-12.8°C to maintain a shelf life of 5-7 days.
Never cool unripe papaya below 7.2°C as this will permanently stop the ripening process.
Please note, touch the papaya with your hands to see its maturity. After beating the unripe, you can wrap it in a newspaper and check it again in one to two days. Both bananas and papayas are crops that need to be matured. After taking home, you must confirm whether the papaya is ripe before putting it in the refrigerator. For unripe papayas, if you put it in the refrigerator before it is ripe, it may never be ripe. It will make the papaya ripen slowly.
It can be stored at room temperature for 2 to 3 days. It is recommended to eat it as soon as possible after purchase.
Don't put papaya in the refrigerator if it is not ripe, otherwise it will become a "dumb fruit" and will never be ripe!
#Should Be / Avoided：
There are no literature reports.
There are no literature reports.
Is Hawaiian Papaya Genetically Modified?
A: Yes, the "Rainbow" and "Sun-up" varieties are genetically modified. Since the U.S. government approved it in 1998, more than 250 million pounds of these varieties have been eaten safely. Visit Proven Safe to learn how genetic engineering is saving the Hawaiian papaya industry.
Papaya is the first genetically modified fruit tree whose genome was sequenced. In response to the papaya ringspot virus outbreak in Hawaii in 1998, genetically modified papayas were approved and brought to market (including "SunUp" and "Rainbow" varieties.) Varieties resistant to PRV have incorporated some of the virus's DNA into the papaya middle. As of 2010, 80 percent of Hawaiian papaya plants have been genetically modified. The improvements were made by scientists at the University of Hawaii, who provided the improved seeds to farmers free of charge.
Scientists at Cornell University, in collaboration with researchers at the University of Hawaii, have found a way to "inoculate" papayas against the disease with genetic parts of the virus.
This makes papaya resistant to ringspot virus, similar to how a vaccine immunizes people against the H1N1 flu virus. Immunizing papaya in this way is safe and does not change its food properties. Papaya growers across the state began growing Rainbow Papayas in 1998 after rigorous health and environmental safety reviews and unanimous approval from the U.S. Government.
Without biotechnology, few, if any, papayas would be grown in Hawaii today. It allows farmers to keep doing what they love - growing food to nourish people in Hawaii and around the world. Rainbow Papaya gives Hawaiian papaya growers a second chance and offers a superfood for everyone.
Rainbow papayas grown in Hawaii have been sold throughout the United States since 1998, Canada since 2003 and most recently Japan. Over the past 15 years, consumers in the United States and Canada have safely enjoyed more than 260 million pounds of rainbow papayas.
Dish：The immature fruit has green skin and pale yellow flesh, which is suitable for cooking materials, such as papaya fish soup.
It is usually eaten raw. The ripe fruit of papaya is usually eaten raw, without the skin or seeds.
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