James Boyd, owner of Finger Limeing Good Pty. Ltd., Northern Rivers, Australia, cuts finger limes for Fruit Logistica attendees to taste. Spherical cells spill out when the skin is cut. Boyd says phytosanitary rules prohibit the native Australian fruit to be shipped fresh to the U.S., but he hopes to establish a market for the pulp, which can be used in cocktails and desserts and with seafood.
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