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20 Facts About Pineapples

The pineapple is native to Brazil and Paraguay.

The first written record of the word "pineapple" in English was in 1398 and it was used to refer to a pine cone. It comes from the Spanish word for pine cone, "piña."


Avocados were first cultivated in South America with later migration to Mexico. It was believed that a Mayan princess ate the very first avocado and that it held mystical and magical powers.

Benefits Of Orange

Orange is a citrus fruit, considered to be a hybrid, of ancient cultivated origin, between pomelo (Citrus maxima) and tangerine (Citrus reticulata).

Lemon Nutrition Facts

Lemons are sour tasting fruit that form part of the citrus family. They are yellow or green in color and both the juice and rind are used in cooking, baking and may also be added to drinks for a zesty flavor.

Watermelon Nutritional Facts – They are not just filled with water!

The other day my dad was talking to me about how he thought he was gaining weight. We went through the list of causes and we figured out that the entire family had been eating a great deal of watermelon. Watermelon is so juicy and delicious.

Banana Facts

Bananas were officially introduced to the American public at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition. Each banana was wrapped in foil and sold for 10 cents. Before that time, bananas came to America on the decks of sailing ships as sailors took a few

Apple Facts

A apple a day keeps the... well you know you've heard this saying a thousand times before but why have you heard it so much?

Blueberry Nutrition Facts

he American blueberry (Vaccinium) has long been recognized for its flavor, nutrition, and health benefits. Early settlers valued the blueberry as a major ingredient in foods and medicines. They ate blueberries off the bush and added them to soups, stews,