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INFO FruitS
INFO FruitS
INFO FruitS
INFO FruitS
INFO FruitS
INFO FruitS
INFO FruitS
INFO FruitS
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INFO FruitS
INFO FruitS
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  • 1. BERRIES Small juice fruits with thin skins
  • 2. Blackberries Cranberries Blueberries Boysenberries Red Raspberries Gooseberries Strawberries Grapes Currants
  • 3. Outer skin covering, soft fleshy fruit with a single hard stone (pit)
  • 4. Cherries Peaches Apricots Plums Nectarines Prunes
  • 5. Central, seed containing core surrounded by a thick layer of flesh
  • 6. Apple Pears Quince Loquat
  • 7. Oranges Grapefruit Kumquats Limes Tangerines Lemons Tangelos Ugli
  • 8. Large juicy fruits with thick skins and many seeds
  • 9. Cantaloupe Crenshaw Casaba Persian Honeydew Watermelon
  • 10. Grown in warm climates and are somewhat exotic
  • 11. Avocados Dates Papayas Bananas Guavas Persimmons Figs Mangos Pineapples Pomegranates Kiwifruit Coconut

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