The mango is the fruit of a mango tree (Mangifera indica L.), a fruit tree of the Anacardiaceae family, native to South and Southeast Asia, from East India to the Philippines. Introduced to new regions, the mango can now be found in Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, and other tropical countries. Portuguese traders who brought mangos from Asia popularized the fruits in Europe.
Apples are pseudo fruit of the apple tree (Malus Domestica), and is one of the most cultivated tree pseudofruits.
The Lemon is the fruit of a small perennial leaf tree, originating from Southeast Asia. It has numerous cultivated varieties, which have many culinary and practical applications in everyday life.
The raspberry is the fruit of the raspberry tree, and is a pseudo berry and aggregate fruit with a mild taste. Originating from the fields of Central and Northern Europe, as well as parts of Asia, the thorny plant belongs to the Rosaceae family. The fruit is often confused with the blackberry, however the raspberry differs from the blackberry in that it is hollow and more delicate. In fact, the raspberry must be grown at temperatures under 7 degrees Celsius for at least 700 hours a year to ensure good yield.
Is there anyone that doesn’t like carrots? Carrots are one of the most popular root vegetables and are known for their bright orange color. However, with growing interest in different and more exotic varieties of foods, carrots with more unique colors such as purple, yellow, and white, are becoming increasingly popular.