18 Years Factory offer 8AT1 Automobile bearings for Angola Factories
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Our enterprise insists all along the quality policy of "product high-quality is base of organization survival; customer gratification will be the staring point and ending of an company; persistent improvement is eternal pursuit of staff" and also the consistent purpose of "reputation very first, purchaser first" for 18 Years Factory offer 8AT1 Automobile bearings for Angola Factories, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Macedonia, Tunisia, Serbia, With good quality, reasonable price and sincere service, we enjoy a good reputation. Products are exported to South America, Australia, Southeast Asia and so on. Warmly welcome customers at home and abroad to cooperate with us for the brilliant future.
Meet the Pili: An advocacy for Pili Nut, Bicol Region’s (Philippines) flagship commodity -
The Pili Nut:
Pili (Canarium ovatum), a fruit-bearing tree endemic to the Philippines especially found in the Bicol Region of Luzon Island, yields a kernel precious to the country’s food sector: the Pili Nut.
The Pili Tree is a low-maintenance crop. It only needs pruning from time to time, requiring minimal fertilizers, or even none at all.
The Pili Fruit, green when young and turns into deep purple or black when ready for harvest, is blanched in hot water for three minutes to easily peel the exocarp and pulp, and expose the hard, bony shell.
The Pili Kernel is the most important part of the Pili Nut. With its testa stripped off, it is a slender, yellowish-white core. Only the purest, spotless kernels are used in producing the traditional Pili Nut recipes even the foreign market has come to love.
The traditional de-shelling of the Pili Nut, a legend in itself, is an experiential attraction within the Pili Nut industry. Experts throughout the Bicol Region practice the centuries-old process of pagtilad (that is, Pili Nut de-shelling using a bolo and a wooden board) with precision, speed and strength unrivaled even by modern-day machines.
The Pili Nut kernel has the flavor of pumpkin seed when raw, and takes on an entirely different identity when roasted. It is soft yet crisp, with an easy crunch that surprisingly melts in your mouth, making it a favorite snack food among Filipinos. The same delighted acceptance is true even in other countries that have already obtained the nut as an imported staple.
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By Dana from Philippines - 2015.11.04 10:32
A good manufacturers, we have cooperated twice, good quality and good service attitude.
By Bess from Provence - 2015.10.31 10:02