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Apricots
Apricots-spring fruits
Apricot is an orange color fruit which contains seed in it. It is somewhat like peach. Apricots are normally dried, ripe into pastry or used as jam. It is fine to consume apricots before meal as it is tremendous in digestion.
 
Avocado
Avocado
Avocado is called as alligator pear, midshipman’s butter, vegetable butter, or sometimes as butter pear. These are grown from the seeds of that fruit, but the plants are propagated by grafting.
Blueberries
Blueberries
Fresh blueberries can be bought from the month of May till October. The amazing nutrients in blueberries can be remitted by storing them in cool place. After purchasing don’t forget to keep in a refrigerator.
 
Cucumber
Cucumber-spring fruits
Cucumber is an ancient plant, where the seeds almost twelve thousand years old. There are several varieties of cucumber. The most popular are English, Persian, and Pickling cucumbers.
Currants
Currants-spring fruits
Currant fruits are small, rounded in shape with smooth skin which can be red, yellow, green, or black in color. Currant fruits are almost sweet in taste and also used in several food preparations.
 
Cantaloupe
Cantaloupe-spring fruits
Cantaloupe has lusciously rich flavor, fragrance and minimal number of calories. It is also referred to as a netted melon because it has a rib less rind with a distinct netted skin. It is generally eaten as fresh fruit as salad or curd.
Casaba Melon
Casaba Melon-spring fruits
The casaba melon is a variety of muskmelon, closely interrelated to cantaloupe and honeydew. Casaba melons are a tremendous source of vitamin C, vitamin B6 and also a good source of potassium. It mainly helps in maintaining optimum health and weight loss.
 
Cherries
Cherries-spring fruits
Cherry is a fleshy stone fruit. Cherries taste best consumed "humid" from the tree. Cherries have a powerful pain relief benefits especially for runners and other athletes. It also has a considerable impact on relieving muscle and joint discomfort more quickly.
Figs
Figs
Figs are a large and deciduous shrub. Figs are used to lower and control high blood pressure because they are filled with potassium, a mineral used to control hypertension.
 
Jackfruit
Jackfruit
Jackfruit tree bears fruits from trunk and branches. It also called as jak-fruit, jak, and jaca. In Malaysia and Philippines it is called as nangka, in Thailand as khanun, in Cambodia as khnor, in Laos as mak mi.
Navel orange
Navel orange
Navel oranges are characterized as the 2nd fruit at the apex, that resembles a human navel. Navel orange trees are all perfect clones of one another and are all originated from a single tree.
 
Nectarines
Nectarines
Nectarines are basically the same fruit as Peaches, the primary difference is that nectarines are smooth-skinned and peaches are blurry. Nectarines are sweeter, firmer and juicier. It provides a good source of carotenes and flavonoids.
Papayas
Papayas
Papaya flesh is an orange color with either yellow or pink hues. Papayas bid the luscious taste and sunlit color of the tropics. Papaya also contains rich sources of antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin C, carotenes, and flavonoids.
 
Pineapple
Pineapples
Pineapple is the ordinary name for an edible tropical plant. It provides an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese. Pineapples are commonly used to cure throat infections and bronquitis.
Raspberries
Raspberries
A Raspberry is aggregate fruit. Raspberries are lower in calories, wonderfully delicious and are nutrient-dense. The most familiar type of raspberry is red-pink in color. Raspberries are solitary of the most consumable fruits.
 
Rhubarb
Rhubarb
Rhubarb is in fact a vegetable, not a fruit. But we generally treat it as a fruit, because of its high acidity, but in some cultures they use it as vegetable in savory dishes. It is a comparative of buckwheat and has a sour taste.
Strawberries
Strawberries-spring fruits
Strawberries are aggregates comprises of several small fruits. Strawberries are delicious and nutrient-rich fruit. It efficiently prevents the oxidation process in the body for free radicals.



Strawberry is not a berry
Orangutans love mangoes
Apples have 25% air
Tomato is a fruit!
Banana-a cure for heartburn
200 seeds
Pumpkins and avocados are fruits
Dark green vegetables are more Vitamin C rich
Banana is not a fruit in reality.
Bananas are easily digestible
Cockroach repellent fruit
An apple tree can produce 400 apples a year
Bilberries improve night vision
Cherry seeds believed to have satanic power
Watermelon used to carry water
Worlds favorite fruit
Strawberries and cashews have seeds outside them
Kiwi is rich in Vitamin C
Oranges help fight anti-aging
Eating fruits avoids miscarriage
Eating fruits reduce the risk of diseases
Lemon is a good source of Vitamin C-Prevents Scurvy
7000 apples
Grapes do not ripen once plucked
Banana slip accidents in Britain
Quick ripening
 Lemons kill bacteria
Pear-wood is hard
Banana-the 1st fruit on earth
Apple stuck in Adam's throat
Cabbage-a water vegetable
Banana ripens quickly in brown paper bag
Peanut is the main Main component of nitroglycerine
Leaves of raspberry help to regulate menstrual cycles
Lime oil is useful to cool fevers
Durian is one of the world's biggest fruit
Avocado leaves are harmful to animals
Dried fruits contain more calories than fresh fruits
An apple is a very refreshing tonic for oily skin
Eating fresh figs during pregnancy helps from prolonged labor
Gibbons prefer to eat fruits twice a day
avocados are the world’s most nutritious fruit
Eating grapefruit protect from diabetes
Babaco is gorgeous torpedo shaped fruit
Sapodilla is a uniquely tasted fruit
Bilimbi fruit is more effective for several human ailments
Chempedak fruit is really not too big
Damson fruit is more effective to create fruit paste or cheese
The name pine-apple was the original name for a pine cone
Pineapples used in blood tests
Kiwis were once known as Chinese gooseberries
Eating an apple is a more reliable method of staying awake
Pineapples are berries, just like strawberries and blueberries
A half-cup of figs has as much calcium as a half-cup of milk
There are over 200 different known species of raspberries
There are seven varieties of avocados grown commercially in Texas
Blackberry juice was used to dye cloth navy blue and indigo
Black currant juice can be used to soothe sore throats and colds
Delicious oranges in the world are grown in Florida
Eggplants are actually fruits
An avocado is a fruit and not a vegetable!
Avocado has more fat content than any other fruit.
A single fruit is about 125 grams on average;
Bananas are allergic for some people.
Bilberry contains nutrients that are good for eyes.
Cherimoya seeds are poisonous
Clementines are popular in the winter months.
A durian is a large fruit with a powerful smell.
Huckleberries are well liked by lots of mammals
The jambul fruit leaves and bark are used for controlling blood pressure and gingivitis.
Lime oils are often used in perfumes
Lychee seeds are poisonous
Purple Mangosteen has to be grown in temperatures of above 40 °F (4 °C).
Grapes are the fruit of a woody grape vine.
Dirty cantaloupes can spread bacteria.
A watermelon contains 92% water.
Raisins are dried grapes.
Cupuacu pulp is also used in cosmetics products
An orange’s vitamin C content helps fight back assaults
Strawberries are the only fruit
A cucumber is a fruit
Grapefruit can actually react negatively
Red fruits help keep your heart strong.
Orange fruits help keep your eyes healthy.
Yellow fruits help keep you from getting sick.
Green fruits help make your bones and teeth strong.
Blue and purple fruits help your memory.

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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