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Exotic Fruit

Fruits that grow in tropical climates are often called “exotic” because different from those grown in temperate regions. Some of these fruits are very popular today, while others were only discovered recently.

Learn more about history, how grown, where they come from, and what makes them special.
There are hundreds of varieties of fruit trees, shrubs, vines, and herbs that grow in tropical climates. Many of these plants are native to Asia, Africa, Australia, and South America. Cultivated by humans for thousands of years, and many of them still play an important role in our diets today.

The Banana – A Tropical Treasure.
Bananas oldest cultivated foods known to man. They were first domesticated in Southeast Asia between 5,000 and 8,000 BC. Today, bananas grown throughout the world, with more than 100 countries producing them.

The Apple – An Ancient Tree.
The apple tree was originally native to South America. Brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus when he discovered the New World. In fact, the apple was so popular among Europeans that it became known as “the apple of discord.”

The Peach – A Sweet Treat.
Peaches most popular fruit varieties grown today. They are available year round and are easy to grow. Peaches are also very versatile and both sweet and savory dishes.

The Orange – A Citrus King.
Finally, the orange is a citrus fruit with a thick rind and juicy flesh. A distinctive aroma and flavor and often eaten fresh. Oranges are rich in vitamin C and other nutrients.

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