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The horned melon, cherimoya, atemoya, chocolate pudding fruit and Buddha’s hand are some unusual fruits. Canistels, star fruit, kumquat and ugli fruit are other obscure fruit choices. More »

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Fruits that begin with T include tamarind, tomatoes and tangerines. Tamarind has a taste that is similar to a date or apricot. Tomatoes are often confused with vegetables. More »

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The names of some exotic fruits are rambutan, mangosteen, durian and langsat. Some other unusual and exotic fruit names are cherimoya, jackfruit, pepino and pitaya. More »

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Kiwi fruits grow in many areas around the world, including the United States, New Zealand, Chile, Italy, Greece and France. Of the kiwi-producing locations, Italy, Chile and New Zealand grow the highest number of kiwi. I... More »

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The naturally occurring sugar content in various fruits ranges from 28 grams per cup for bananas to 1.4 grams per whole lemon. Well+Good recommends eating fruits with less sugar, such as strawberries (7 grams per cup), a... More »

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Date fruits are products of the date palm tree, and are commonly known as one of the sweetest fruits. They come in different varieties and can be eaten both fresh and dry. More »

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All common berries are fruits. True berries such as blueberries, grapes and currants are defined as fleshy fruits produced from one flower and one ovary. Other fruits commonly called berries, such as strawberries, blackb... More »

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