Habañero pepper expected to enter salsa market

Tuxbury, Georgia
October 2004
Southwest Farm Press;10/7/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 19, p2
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the new breed of pepper. Developing a new breed of pepper isn't a quick process. In fact, it has taken years to come up with the perfect pepper for both grower and consumer. Both tasting and testing were important to the project as he looked for a breed that maintained its flavor while eliminating much of the heat producing compound, capsaicin. Five or six generations of inbreeding finally produced the pepper that Crosby feels will become a best seller in the salsa market.


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