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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Dementia Discussion-More About Apples

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Are Apples in Your Future

If you like bugs, you could be an entomologist. Entomologists are insect specialists that help growers identify the good and bad bugs in their orchards. They also recommend ways to control bad bugs so they don't damage apple trees.

If you like machines, you could be an apple grower, apple packer or apple processor. Apple growers use sprayers, mowers and other machines in the orchards. Apple packers use large machines to wash, sort and pack apples for customers. Apple processors use many different kinds of machines to make apple juice, applesauce and other apple products.

If you like trucks, you could be an apple hauler. Haulers drive to farms and packing houses, load their trucks with apples and deliver them to supermarkets, processors and other customers.

If you like supermarkets, you could be a produce manager or apple buyer. Produce managers take care of the fruit and vegetable section in the supermarket. Apple buyers work with apple growers and apple shippers to get apples for the supermarket to sell.

If you like to sell, you could be an apple shipper. Apple shippers sell apples to supermarkets, restaurants, school cafeterias and other places. They sell apples in many countries including England, Israel, Canada and Costa Rica.

If you like to play "store", you could be a farm market manager. Farm marketers sell apples and other produce at farm stands and country markets. Many farm markets also provide fun activities for their customers such as pick-your-own apples, wagon rides, playgrounds and harvest festivals

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