Some different types of fruits include avocados, chayotes, tomatillos and rambutans. Avocados are the fruit of a tree that grows in warm climates. Indeed, the avocado is specifically a berry, even though it is often used... More »

Some of the most fiber-packed fruits include raspberries, which have around 8 grams of fiber per cup; blackberries, which have around 7.5 grams of fiber per cup; and guava, which has about 9 grams of fiber per 1-cup serv... More »

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Apple, pear, lemon, orange and peach are some different types of fruit trees. These fruit trees each bear edible fruit that is harvested during varying times of the year. More »

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Some examples of exotic fruits include rambutans, durians, ackees, African cucumbers and chayotes. These fruits come from regions like Malaysia, Southeast Asia, Thailand, South Africa and India. More »

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Low-sugar fruits include avocados and berries such as raspberries, blackberries and strawberries. These fruits are not only packed with nutrients but are also appropriate for low-carb diets. More »

According to data from 2010, mangoes generate the largest import volume of any other tropical fruit on the market, followed by pineapples, papayas and avocados. Together, these four fruits form the group that is sometime... More »

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Although there are more than 2,000 different varieties of plums (Prunus domestica), these juicy stone fruits can be broken into three main types: American, European and Japanese. Regardless of the variety, the fruit's sh... More »