Botanists define all grapes as berries, including red, green and black table grapes. The botanical definition of a berry is a fleshy fruit grown from one flower with one ovary. More »

Larger, more durable fruits like apples, oranges and grapefruits may be packaged in large cardboard boxes, while small, fragile fruit such as grapes and berries often require small plastic containers. The way a fruit is ... More »

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In the United States, berries, bananas, apples, grapes and oranges are popular fruits. There is some discrepancy among experts about the most profitable and most-consumed fruit; bananas are the most popular fruits, state... More »

The amount of sugar in fruits varies, from about a teaspoon in a 3.5-ounce serving of tart berries, to about 2.5 teaspoons for a 3.5-ounce serving of apple, to 4 teaspoons for a 3.5-ounce serving of grapes. Many fruits p... More »

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Watermelon and grapes are fruits that act as natural diuretics, and celery, asparagus, artichoke, cucumber, eggplant and onion are vegetables that are natural diuretics. Herbal diuretics include dandelion, corn silk, gin... More »

Fruits that are known for their diuretic properties include grapes, watermelon and cranberries; the latter can be consumed in berry, juice or supplement form. Although often erroneously classified as a vegetable, tomatoe... More »

Many types of fruit grow on vines, most famously grapes and melons, but also more exotic fruits such as kiwis, dragon fruit and passion fruit. Tomatoes are also well-known vine fruits, although many people tend to think ... More »