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Organisation: Asian and Pacific Coconut Community (APCC) (http://www.apcc.org.sg)
Author: P.G.Punchihewa and R.N. Arancon
Edited by AGSI/FAO: Danilo Mejia (Technical), Beverly Lewis (Language&Style), Carolin Bothe (HTML transfer)

CHAPTER XV COCONUT: Post-harvest Operations

6. References

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APCC. (1996). Coconut Food Process - Coconut Processing Technology Information Document. Arancon, Jr., R.N., ed. Asian and Pacific Coconut Community (APCC). Jakarta, Indonesia.

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