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14:37

LifeStyle

Watermelon, not just a refreshing summer snack

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Watermelon (sandía in Spanish) and summer are one and the same in Spain. There is no more refreshing fruit than this immense melon (in 2013, a farmer from Tennessee, USA, grew what is considered to be the largest watermelon in the world to date, ... its cultivation has been able to be dated from seeds found in archaeological sites 4,000 years ago. The wild melons are far removed from the modern image of this fruit, both in terms of appearance and, above all, in terms of taste and colour of the ... selection it was noted that the depth of the red colour was directly linked to the sweetness of the fruit. Lycopene, which is present in tomatoes, is responsible for the pigmentation and gives the first clue as to why both fruits work so well together. The

12:38

Local

UN and Malaga university sign agreement in bid protect local grape

Eugenio Cabezas

...which it is grown. However, researchers fear that a combination of climate and demographic change as well as the growth in the subtropical fruit sector in the Axarquía could be putting the variety at risk. José Damián Ruiz Sinoga, lead researcher

13:05

Local

Lucuma could be the next big subtropical fruit and superfood produced in Malaga, say experts

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Following on from the success of the cultivation of subtropical fruit such as avocados and mangoes in Malaga province, the next such product looks set to be the lucuma fruit, according to the Institute of Subtropical and Mediterranean Horticulture ... (IHSM), which forms part of the University of Malaga. The fruit, which is widely consumed in Latin America and exported from Peru to the USA, Australia and Canada, could be the next superfood thanks to its various health benefits, including healthy ... say that there has been increasing interest among European fruit growers for lucuma, which is also known as 'eggfruit'.

17:54

Local

Andalusian government warns of drought risk to the Axarquía area

agustín peláez

...per cent of its capacity. The situation is especially worrying for the subtropical fruit sector, as mango picking and avocado growing seasons get under way. Some growers have already consumed their annual quotas of water from the reservoir and

12:05

LifeStyle

Growing ecological fruit with passion

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

BioAlgarrobo, which has its headquarters in the town from where it gets its name, has covered 4,000 square metres of land with greenhousing in order to produce passion fruit commercially. The company sells between six and seven million kilos of ... fruit and vegetables (avocado, mango, watermelon, melon, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, courgettes and cucumbers, among others) every year. Over two years it has carried out trials on an intensive method of cultivating passion fruit in ... greenhouses and is getting spectacular results. The company was encouraged to grow passion fruit due to the great demand for it in European countries says the company's manager, José Carlos Varela. They are also trialling other varieties, particularily the

17:35

Local

Carrefour starts selling product made of Axarquía-grown avocado

AGUSTÍN PALÁEZ VELÉZ-MÁLAGA

An avocado dip made with Axarquía-grown fruit has gone on sale in Carrefour supermarkets. The spread, which is made with 99.2 per cent avocados and is preservative and gluten free, is the creation of local tropical fruit company Reyes Gutiérrez.

13:34

LifeStyle

From simple fruit salad to tutti frutti

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...mean 'coming from a historical region in the north of Greece'. It is also the name of a certain type of parsley (Athamanta macedonica), mixed chopped vegetables (usually in a jar or frozen) and a humble fruit salad, so well known and so common that it ... is has been consigned to the bottom line on the menu of the day. It is true that there is no mystery in the way that fruit salad is made, but its origins have intimate and even aristocratic roots. In 18th century France the concept of 'macédoine' ... nineteenth century, would gradually change into various fruit salads, magnificent compositions with cream, ice cream, alcohol or set in whimsical moulds with gelatine. María Mestayer Jacquet, alias the Marquesa de Parabere, in her 'History of Gastronomy'

15:53

Local

Don't panic: there's no risk of supplies of fresh produce running out in Malaga

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...the size of two football stadiums, filled with hundreds of tonnes of fish, shellfish, fruit and vegetables: that is what is brought in to this market every day. In fact, supplies are up 25 per cent compared with last week, says the general manager, ... psychosis this has caused. There is plenty of everything as normal," said Francisco Jiménez, who runs a fruit and vegetable stall. Peppers, tomatoes, onions and potatoes are the best-sellers at present. "It's like a war; food is a priority," said Andrés