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In 1915, the California Avocado Association introduced the then-innovative term avocado to refer to the plant.
The modern English name comes from an English rendering of the Spanish aguacate as avogato.
Before 1915, the avocado was commonly referred to in California as ahuacate and in Florida as alligator pear.“If this becomes a deal breaker, farmers will need to find new markets for their products outside the EU in a very competitive world.” Lord Gardiner of Kimble, the Undersecretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, said he could not provide detailed answers to all of the questions posed.But he told the Lords that British farming was a critical component of the UK’s economic success and assured the house the government would strike positive trade deals with the EU.Avocados used in commerce are picked hard and green and kept in coolers at 3.3 to 5.6 °C (37.9 to 42.1 °F) until they reach their final destination. Avocados that fall off the tree ripen on the ground.Generally, the fruit is picked once it reaches maturity; Mexican growers pick 'Hass' avocados when they have more than 23% dry matter, and other producing countries have similar standards.