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The Library of Congress calls them drupes, even though they look like nuts or seeds. Drupes have hard shells and seeds.
Berries may be small, but they can pack a powerful punch when it comes to keeping you healthy.
Apricots, which originated in China, are now cultivated and eaten in the US, according to Utah State University. They are popular and healthy.
Grapefruit, a tropical citrus fruit with a sweet-sour taste, boosts immunity and cardiovascular health. They also aid weight loss.
Since pears lessen inflammation and stroke risk, eastern medicine has used them for centuries.
Apples a day keep the doctor away, they say. That may also explain why apples were the second most popular fruit in the U.S. in 2022, after bananas.
Watermelon is a healthy, delightful accompaniment to a picnic or backyard BBQ.
Cantaloupe is low in carbohydrates and refreshing. "It is also a good source of vitamins A and C."
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