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Apple

apple

The Apple belongs to the species called Malus domestic. Apples grow on deciduous trees that blossom in the spring and produce fruit.

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Apricot

The Apricot belongs to the family Prunus armeniaca, of a Species Prunus, classified with subgenus Prunus. The apricot is called as golden orange fruit

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Avocados

Avocado nutrition

 

Avocados do well in the mild-winter areas of California, Florida and Hawaii. Some hardier varieties can be grown in the cooler parts of northern and inland California and along the Gulf Coast.
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Banana

Banana nutrition

 

The banana is the third most popular fruit after apples and oranges. It is a healthy fruit, rich in potassium and 6 vitamins. Since the average banana contains a 467 mg of potassium and only 1 mg of sodium.
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Blackberry

Blackberry nutrition

The blackberry is an aggregate fruit that is composed of many smaller fruits called drupes. The fruit is very dark purple with smooth, fragile skin. In the center of the cluster is a greenish-white core that extends to almost the bottom of the berry.
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Blueberry

Blueberry

Blueberry is one of the highest antioxidant capacities among all fruits, vegetables, spices and seasonings. Antioxidants are necessary to optimizing fitness by helping to combat the free radicals that can damage cellular structures as well as DNA.
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Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe


Cantaloupe also called as cantaloup, mushmelon, Muskmelon rockmelon refers to a variety of Cucumis meloin the family Cucurbitaceae which includes all melons squashes.

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Cashew nuts

Cashew nuts nutrition

Cashew nut belongs to the tree of Amazon that grows up to 15 m high. It has a thick and trunk with branches that they frequently touches the ground so windingly.
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Cherries

cherry nutrition

The cherry fruit were first introduced by USA late 19th century, where they served in bars and restuarants.American producers were experimenting with flavors such as almond extract and substituting Queen Anne cherries for marasca cherries.
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Cherimoya

cherimoya nutrition

The cherimoya, can also spelled as chirimoya. It belongs to the species Annona cherimola which is thought to be native of Andes. hypothesis proposes Central America as the origin of cherimoya because many of its crop wild relatives occur in this area.

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Cranberry

Cranberry

Cranberries are low, creeping shrubs or vines up to 2 metres long and 5 to 20 centimetres (2 to 8 in) in height; they have slender, wiry stems that are not thickly woody and have small leaves.

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Cucumber

Cucumber

Cucumber belongs to the family of zucchini, pumpkin and other squashes. Its outer color is dark green and inner flesh color is light green. There are two types of cucumber “Slicing” and “Pickling”.

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Strawberry is not a berry

A strawberry is not an actual berry, but a banana is.

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Special fruits for this week

cantaloupe
Cantaloupe

 

Cantaloupe are served as fresh fruit or as salads or as a dessert with ice cream (Read more) »

kiwis
Kiwis

 

kiwifruit will be fairly large and plump with thin "fuzzy" brown skin   (Read more) »

pineapple
Pineapple

 

Pineapple fruit is native to the Asian tropics, with a delicate and fresh fragrance   (Read more) »


 
 

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