Bananas: Panama disease all but wiped out an entire species of bananas in the 1950s.
Watermelons: Not for nothing are watermelons named. One of summer’s most iconic.
Apples: Many of us enjoy a caffeine buzz, right? But did you know that apples.
Mangos: The name “mango” is most likely derived from the Malayalam.
Blueberries: Blueberries are called star fruits by North American indigenous.
Strawberries: Strawberries are grown in every single US state and Canadian province.
Grapefruit: The name for the grapefruit was coined by a Jamaican.
Raspberries: According to Greek mythology, raspberries were originally white.
Pears: Pears are actually part of the rose family. But while there are around 150.
Oranges: Orange, the fruit, is older than orange, the color! Historians.
Pineapples: Pineapples ripen faster upside down. This is because a pineapple contains starch
Papaya: The black seeds sheltered inside ripe papayas taste like black pepper.
Kiwi: Although kiwifruit originated from China, where it’s still called a Chinese gooseberry.
Grapes: Grapes are at least 65 million years old, according to a report published.
Lemons: The high acidity of lemons make them good cleaning aids.