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INFORMATION PLEASE INFORMATION PLEASE
READ FIRST. READ FIRST.
THE AUTHOR IS NOT MEDICALLY ACCREDITED. THE INFORMATION IN THIS THE AUTHOR IS NOT MEDICALLY ACCREDITED. THE INFORMATION IN THIS
E-BOOK BOOK SHOULD NOT BE SEEN AS "TREATING" OR AIMING TO E-BOOK BOOK SHOULD NOT BE SEEN AS "TREATING" OR AIMING TO
"CURE" ANY DISEASE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD. "CURE" ANY DISEASE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.
UNDER UK LAW, THE INFORMATION SHOULD ACCORDINGLY BE UNDER UK LAW, THE INFORMATION SHOULD ACCORDINGLY BE
SEEN AS FOR INFORMATION ONLY, TO BE INTERPRETED AS SEEN AS FOR INFORMATION ONLY, TO BE INTERPRETED AS
YOU WISH, WHICH IS HOW THE AUTHOR INTENDS IT TO BE YOU WISH, WHICH IS HOW THE AUTHOR INTENDS IT TO BE
USED IN ANY CASE, IN WHICHEVER COUNTRY IT'S PURCHASED. USED IN ANY CASE, IN WHICHEVER COUNTRY IT'S PURCHASED.
YOU SHOULD MAKE UP YOUR MIND ON THE SAFETY OF ANY FOOD LISTED YOU SHOULD MAKE UP YOUR MIND ON THE SAFETY OF ANY FOOD LISTED
AND IF UNSURE, PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK: THEORETICALLY NOT ALL AND IF UNSURE, PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK: THEORETICALLY NOT ALL
FOODS MIGHT BE SAFE TO EAT, EVEN IF SUPPOSED TO BE OTHERWISE FOODS MIGHT BE SAFE TO EAT, EVEN IF SUPPOSED TO BE OTHERWISE
FROM SOURCES IE, WEBSITES! RESEARCHED. THE INFORMATION FROM SOURCES IE, WEBSITES! RESEARCHED. THE INFORMATION
PROVIDED HERE MAY WELL NOT ALL BE ACCURATE. SOME REFERENCES PROVIDED HERE MAY WELL NOT ALL BE ACCURATE. SOME REFERENCES
MAY CONTRADICT EACH OTHER ON NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION. THE MAY CONTRADICT EACH OTHER ON NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION. THE
INFORMATION PROVIDED IS NOT MEANT TO BE ALL THAT THERE IS IN INFORMATION PROVIDED IS NOT MEANT TO BE ALL THAT THERE IS IN
REGARD TO A FRUIT. THE AUTHOR MAY HAVE WRITTEN ABOUT SOME REGARD TO A FRUIT. THE AUTHOR MAY HAVE WRITTEN ABOUT SOME
HEALTH WARNINGS IN REGARD TO FRUIT AND NOT ABOUT OTHERS. THE HEALTH WARNINGS IN REGARD TO FRUIT AND NOT ABOUT OTHERS. THE
AUTHOR ENCOURAGES YOU TO DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH IF PRACTICAL, IN AUTHOR ENCOURAGES YOU TO DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH IF PRACTICAL, IN
ADDITION TO THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS BOOK. ADDITION TO THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS BOOK.
PLEASE CONSULT YOUR HEALTH PRACTITIONER IF NOT CERTAIN OF A PLEASE CONSULT YOUR HEALTH PRACTITIONER IF NOT CERTAIN OF A
COURSE OF ACTION AND UNWILLING TO UNDERTAKE RISK. PLEASE BE COURSE OF ACTION AND UNWILLING TO UNDERTAKE RISK. PLEASE BE
AWARE, THAT SOME FRUITS ARE ONLY EDIBLE WHEN COOKED. THIS AWARE, THAT SOME FRUITS ARE ONLY EDIBLE WHEN COOKED. THIS
INFORMATION MAY NOT NECESSARILY APPEAR IN THIS BOOK. NOT ALL INFORMATION MAY NOT NECESSARILY APPEAR IN THIS BOOK. NOT ALL
VARIETIES OF FRUIT MAY BE EDIBLE AND NOT ALL FRUITS FOR ALL VARIETIES OF FRUIT MAY BE EDIBLE AND NOT ALL FRUITS FOR ALL
PEOPLE. PEOPLE.
WHILST INFORMATION HAS BEEN PROVIDED THAT CERTAIN FOODS MIGHT WHILST INFORMATION HAS BEEN PROVIDED THAT CERTAIN FOODS MIGHT
BE USEFUL IN CERTAIN MEDICAL CONDITIONS, THIS MAY BE NO BE USEFUL IN CERTAIN MEDICAL CONDITIONS, THIS MAY BE NO
GUARANTEE THAT THEY WILL EFFECT A CURE OR IMPROVEMENT OF A GUARANTEE THAT THEY WILL EFFECT A CURE OR IMPROVEMENT OF A
MEDICAL CONDITION AND COULD HYPOTHETICALLY AGGRAVATE THE MEDICAL CONDITION AND COULD HYPOTHETICALLY AGGRAVATE THE
CONDITION. CONDITION.
THE BOOK CONTAINS INFORMATION REGARDING THE GROWING OF THE BOOK CONTAINS INFORMATION REGARDING THE GROWING OF
PLANTS , BUT FURTHER STUDY AND RESEARCH IS RECOMMENDED ON THIS PLANTS , BUT FURTHER STUDY AND RESEARCH IS RECOMMENDED ON THIS
SUB"ECT. SUB"ECT.
WHERE THE READER OF THIS BOOK IS NOT AN ADULT, ADE#UATE ADULT WHERE THE READER OF THIS BOOK IS NOT AN ADULT, ADE#UATE ADULT
SUPERVISION SHOULD BE PROVIDED TO SAFEGUARD HEALTH. SUPERVISION SHOULD BE PROVIDED TO SAFEGUARD HEALTH.
GREAT CAUTION SHOULD BE TAKEN IN PICKING WILD FRUIT, IN GREAT CAUTION SHOULD BE TAKEN IN PICKING WILD FRUIT, IN
PARTICULAR BERRIES, AS THEY MAY BE CONFUSED WITH POISONOUS PARTICULAR BERRIES, AS THEY MAY BE CONFUSED WITH POISONOUS
ONES. NOT ALL PHOTOS MAY BE CORRECT. ONES. NOT ALL PHOTOS MAY BE CORRECT.
IN CONLUSION FOR ALL THE FRUITS FROM THIS BOOK THAT YOU MAY IN CONLUSION FOR ALL THE FRUITS FROM THIS BOOK THAT YOU MAY
CHOOSE TO EAT, TRY TO BUY THEM AT A GOOD AND SAFE SHOP FOR YOUR CHOOSE TO EAT, TRY TO BUY THEM AT A GOOD AND SAFE SHOP FOR YOUR
PEACE OF MIND AND WHILST EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO INCLUDE ONLY PEACE OF MIND AND WHILST EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO INCLUDE ONLY
EDIBLE FRUITS IT CANNOT BE GUARANTEED THAT SOME ARE NOT EDIBLE EDIBLE FRUITS IT CANNOT BE GUARANTEED THAT SOME ARE NOT EDIBLE
AND SAFE TO EAT. AND SAFE TO EAT.
PLEASE LOOK AFTER YOUR HEALTH PLEASE LOOK AFTER YOUR HEALTH
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"LET US HEAR THE CONCLUSION OF THE WHOLE MATTER: FEAR "LET US HEAR THE CONCLUSION OF THE WHOLE MATTER: FEAR
GOD, AND KEEP HIS COMMANDMENTS: FOR THIS IS THE WHOLE GOD, AND KEEP HIS COMMANDMENTS: FOR THIS IS THE WHOLE
DUTY OF MAN." DUTY OF MAN."
THE LORD'S PRAYER THE LORD'S PRAYER
MATTHEW /:(-). THE HOLY BIBLE KING "AMES VERSION!. MATTHEW /:(-). THE HOLY BIBLE KING "AMES VERSION!.
"OUR FATHER WHICH ART IN HEAVEN, "OUR FATHER WHICH ART IN HEAVEN,
HALLOWED BE THY NAME. HALLOWED BE THY NAME.
THY KINGDOM COME. THY KINGDOM COME.
THY WILL BE DONE IN EARTH, THY WILL BE DONE IN EARTH,
AS IT IS IN HEAVEN. AS IT IS IN HEAVEN.
GIVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY BREAD. GIVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY BREAD.
AND FORGIVE US OUR DEBTS, AND FORGIVE US OUR DEBTS,
AS WE FORGIVE OUR DEBTORS. AS WE FORGIVE OUR DEBTORS.
AND LEAD US NOT INTO TEMPTATION, AND LEAD US NOT INTO TEMPTATION,
BUT DELIVER US FROM EVIL: BUT DELIVER US FROM EVIL:
FOR THINE IS THE KINGDOM, AND THE FOR THINE IS THE KINGDOM, AND THE
POWER, AND THE GLORY, FOR EVER. AMEN." POWER, AND THE GLORY, FOR EVER. AMEN."
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
E+ODUS %&:)-)*,THE HOLY BIBLE KING "AMES VERSION!. E+ODUS %&:)-)*,THE HOLY BIBLE KING "AMES VERSION!.
") AND GOD SPAKE ALL THESE WORDS, SAYING, ") AND GOD SPAKE ALL THESE WORDS, SAYING,
% I AM THE LORD THY GOD, WHICH HAVE BROUGHT THEE OUT % I AM THE LORD THY GOD, WHICH HAVE BROUGHT THEE OUT
OF THE LAND OF EGYPT, OUT OF THE HOUSE OF BONDAGE. OF THE LAND OF EGYPT, OUT OF THE HOUSE OF BONDAGE.
. THOU SHALT HAVE NO OTHER GODS BEFORE ME. . THOU SHALT HAVE NO OTHER GODS BEFORE ME.
0 THOU SHALT NOT MAKE UNTO THEE ANY GRAVEN IMAGE, OR 0 THOU SHALT NOT MAKE UNTO THEE ANY GRAVEN IMAGE, OR
ANY LIKENESS OF ANY THING THAT IS IN HEAVEN ABOVE, OR ANY LIKENESS OF ANY THING THAT IS IN HEAVEN ABOVE, OR
THAT IS IN THE EARTH BENEATH, OR THAT IS IN THE WATER THAT IS IN THE EARTH BENEATH, OR THAT IS IN THE WATER
UNDER THE EARTH: UNDER THE EARTH:
' THOU SHALT NOT BOW DOWN THYSELF TO THEM, NOR SERVE ' THOU SHALT NOT BOW DOWN THYSELF TO THEM, NOR SERVE
THEM: FOR I THE LORD THY GOD AM A "EALOUS GOD, VISITING THEM: FOR I THE LORD THY GOD AM A "EALOUS GOD, VISITING
THE INI#UITY OF THE FATHERS UPON THE CHILDREN UNTO THE THE INI#UITY OF THE FATHERS UPON THE CHILDREN UNTO THE
THIRD AND FOURTH GENERATION OF THEM THAT HATE ME1 THIRD AND FOURTH GENERATION OF THEM THAT HATE ME1
/ AND SHOWING MERCY UNTO THOUSANDS OF THEM THAT / AND SHOWING MERCY UNTO THOUSANDS OF THEM THAT
LOVE ME, AND KEEP MY COMMANDMENTS. LOVE ME, AND KEEP MY COMMANDMENTS.
* THOU SHALT NOT TAKE THE NAME OF THE LORD THY GOD IN * THOU SHALT NOT TAKE THE NAME OF THE LORD THY GOD IN
VAIN1 FOR THE LORD WILL NOT HOLD HIM GUILTLESS THAT VAIN1 FOR THE LORD WILL NOT HOLD HIM GUILTLESS THAT
TAKETH HIS NAME IN VAIN. TAKETH HIS NAME IN VAIN.
- REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY, TO KEEP IT HOLY. - REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY, TO KEEP IT HOLY.
( SI+ DAYS SHALT THOU LABOUR, AND DO ALL THY WORK: ( SI+ DAYS SHALT THOU LABOUR, AND DO ALL THY WORK:
)& BUT THE SEVENTH DAY IS THE SABBATH OF THE LORD THY )& BUT THE SEVENTH DAY IS THE SABBATH OF THE LORD THY
GOD: IN IT THOU SHALT NOT DO ANY WORK, THOU, NOR THY GOD: IN IT THOU SHALT NOT DO ANY WORK, THOU, NOR THY
SON, NOR THY DAUGHTER, THY MANSERVANT, NOR THY SON, NOR THY DAUGHTER, THY MANSERVANT, NOR THY
MAIDSERVANT, NOR THY CATTLE, NOR THY STRANGER THAT IS MAIDSERVANT, NOR THY CATTLE, NOR THY STRANGER THAT IS
WITHIN THY GATES: WITHIN THY GATES:
)) FOR IN SI+ DAYS THE LORD MADE HEAVEN AND EARTH, THE )) FOR IN SI+ DAYS THE LORD MADE HEAVEN AND EARTH, THE
SEA, AND ALL THAT IN THEM IS, AND RESTED THE SEVENTH SEA, AND ALL THAT IN THEM IS, AND RESTED THE SEVENTH
DAY: WHEREFORE THE LORD BLESSED THE SABBATH DAY, AND DAY: WHEREFORE THE LORD BLESSED THE SABBATH DAY, AND
HALLOWED IT. HALLOWED IT.
)% HONOUR THY FATHER AND THY MOTHER: THAT THY DAYS )% HONOUR THY FATHER AND THY MOTHER: THAT THY DAYS
MAY BE LONG UPON THE LAND WHICH THE LORD THY GOD MAY BE LONG UPON THE LAND WHICH THE LORD THY GOD
GIVETH THEE. GIVETH THEE.
). THOU SHALT NOT KILL. ). THOU SHALT NOT KILL.
)0 THOU SHALT NOT COMMIT ADULTERY. )0 THOU SHALT NOT COMMIT ADULTERY.
)' THOU SHALT NOT STEAL. )' THOU SHALT NOT STEAL.
)/ THOU SHALT NOT BEAR FALSE WITNESS AGAINST THY )/ THOU SHALT NOT BEAR FALSE WITNESS AGAINST THY
NEIGHBOUR. NEIGHBOUR.
)* THOU SHALT NOT COVET THY NEIGHBOUR'S HOUSE, THOU )* THOU SHALT NOT COVET THY NEIGHBOUR'S HOUSE, THOU
SHALT NOT COVET THY NEIGHBOUR'S WIFE, NOR HIS SHALT NOT COVET THY NEIGHBOUR'S WIFE, NOR HIS
MANSERVANT, NOR HIS MAIDSERVANT, NOR HIS O+, NOR HIS MANSERVANT, NOR HIS MAIDSERVANT, NOR HIS O+, NOR HIS
ASS, NOR ANY THING THAT IS THY NEIGHBOUR'S." ASS, NOR ANY THING THAT IS THY NEIGHBOUR'S."
AMEN. AMEN.
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101 FRUITS: FRUIT DIETARY NUTRITION, HEALTH AND ADD. INFO. 101 FRUITS: FRUIT DIETARY NUTRITION, HEALTH AND ADD. INFO.
ABLE TO CLICK WEBPAGE LINKS (PLEASE NOTE, ABLE TO CLICK WEBPAGE LINKS (PLEASE NOTE,
LINKS/ADDRESS(ES) MIGHT CHANGE), IE: LINKS/ADDRESS(ES) MIGHT CHANGE), IE:
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PAGE PAGE
NUMBER NUMBER FRUIT NAME AND ITS/RELATED PICTURE FRUIT NAME AND ITS/RELATED PICTURE
"/101". "/101". LOOKS LIKE THIS: LOOKS LIKE THIS:
FRUIT'S NAME, FRUIT'S NAME,
(Latin name)


FRUIT NAME AND A GENERAL FRUIT FRUIT NAME AND A GENERAL FRUIT
RELATED PICUTRE LOOKS LIKE THIS: RELATED PICUTRE LOOKS LIKE THIS:
FRUIT'S NAME, FRUIT'S NAME,
(Latin name)

#UICK INFO. -
READ "BRIEF INFORMATION" ABOUT THE FRUIT,PLANT.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
FIND OUT ANY "NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION" FOUND.
HEALTH -
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GROWING -
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FURTHER INFO. -
FIND OUT "FURTHER INFORMATION".
REFERENCES -
SEE "WEBSTES REFERENCED".
INDE+ OF FRUITS INDE+ OF FRUITS
PLEASE USE "BOOKMARK" FOR PLEASE USE "BOOKMARK" FOR
INDE+ OF BOOK, OR COULD TRY INDE+ OF BOOK, OR COULD TRY
DOING A WORD SEARCH IF DOING A WORD SEARCH IF
POSSIBLE BY PRESSING POSSIBLE BY PRESSING
"CONTROL" AND "F" "CONTROL" AND "F"
SIMULTANEOUSLY. SIMULTANEOUSLY.
NO. NO. FRUIT NAME FRUIT NAME LATIN LATIN
NAME NAME
OTHER NAMES OTHER NAMES
PROVIDED PROVIDED
). ). ACAI ACAI EUTERPE EUTERPE
%. %. ACEROLA ACEROLA MALPIGHIA MALPIGHIA
GLABRA GLABRA
"BARBADOS "BARBADOS
CHERRY". CHERRY".
.. .. APPLE APPLE MALUS MALUS
DOMESTICA DOMESTICA
0. 0. APRICOT APRICOT PRUNUS PRUNUS
ARMENIACA ARMENIACA
'. '. AVOCADO AVOCADO PERSEA PERSEA
AMERICANA AMERICANA
"ALLIGATOR "ALLIGATOR
FRUIT". FRUIT".
/. /. BANANA BANANA MUSA ACUMINATA MUSA ACUMINATA
*. *. BEARBERRY BEARBERRY ARCTOSTAPHYLOS ARCTOSTAPHYLOS "ALPINE"1 "ALPINE"1
"COMMON"1 "RED "COMMON"1 "RED
"BEARBERRY". "BEARBERRY".
-. -. BERBERIS BERBERIS BERBERIS BERBERIS "FRAUGHAN"1 "FRAUGHAN"1
"BLAEBERRY"1 "BLAEBERRY"1
"WHORTLEBERRY"1 "WHORTLEBERRY"1
"HUCKLEBERRIES". "HUCKLEBERRIES".
(. (. BILBERRY BILBERRY VACCINIUM VACCINIUM
MYRTILLUS MYRTILLUS
)&. )&. BLACKBERRY BLACKBERRY RIBES RUBRUM RIBES RUBRUM "CLOUDBERRY"1 "CLOUDBERRY"1
"DEWBERRY"1 "DEWBERRY"1
"BRAMBLE". "BRAMBLE".
)) )) BLACKCURRANT BLACKCURRANT R. NIGRUM R. NIGRUM
)%. )%. BLUEBERRY BLUEBERRY VACCINIUM VACCINIUM
).. ).. CAINITO CAINITO CHRYSOPHYLLUM CHRYSOPHYLLUM
CAINITO CAINITO
"CAIMITO"1 "STAR "CAIMITO"1 "STAR
APPLE". APPLE".
)0. )0. CALABASH CALABASH PHONEI+ PHONEI+
DACTYLIFERA DACTYLIFERA
"HULU,HU3I"1 "HULU,HU3I"1
"KAMPY4"1 "BOTTLE "KAMPY4"1 "BOTTLE
GOURD". GOURD".
NO. NO. FRUIT NAME FRUIT NAME LATIN LATIN
NAME NAME
OTHER NAMES OTHER NAMES
PROVIDED PROVIDED
)'. )'. CAMU CAMU CAMU CAMU MYRCIARIA MYRCIARIA
DUBIA DUBIA
"CAMUCAMU"1 "CAMUCAMU"1
"CACARI"1 "CACARI"1
"CAMOCAMO" "CAMOCAMO"
. .
)/. )/. CANTALOUPE CANTALOUPE
MELON MELON
CUCUMIS MELO CUCUMIS MELO
CANTALUPENSIS CANTALUPENSIS
"CANTALOUP"1 "CANTALOUP"1
"ROCK MELON". "ROCK MELON".
)*. )*. CAPE CAPE
GOOSEBERRY GOOSEBERRY
PHYSALIS PHYSALIS
PERUVIANA PERUVIANA
"GROUND-CHERRY". "GROUND-CHERRY".
)-. )-. CARAMBOLA CARAMBOLA A. CARAMBOLA A. CARAMBOLA "STARFRUIT"1 "STARFRUIT"1
"FIVE-ANGLED "FIVE-ANGLED
FRUIT"1 FRUIT"1
"COROMANDEL "COROMANDEL
GOOSEBERRY"1 GOOSEBERRY"1
"STAR APPLE". "STAR APPLE".
)(. )(. CASSABANANA CASSABANANA SICANA SICANA
ODORIFERA ODORIFERA
"SIKANA". "SIKANA".
%&. %&. CAYENNE CAYENNE
PEPPER PEPPER
CAPSICUM CAPSICUM
FRUTESCENS FRUTESCENS
%). %). CHAYOTE CHAYOTE RIBES RUBRUM RIBES RUBRUM "MANGO S#UASH"1 "MANGO S#UASH"1
"VEGETABLE "VEGETABLE
PEAR"1 "CHOKO". PEAR"1 "CHOKO".
%%. %%. CHE CHE MYRICA RUBRA MYRICA RUBRA "CHINESE "CHINESE
STRAWBERRY"1 STRAWBERRY"1
"YANGMEI"1 "YANGMEI"1
"YAMAMOMO"1 "YAMAMOMO"1
"CHINESE "CHINESE
BAYBERRY"1 BAYBERRY"1
""APANESE ""APANESE
BAYBERRY"1 "RED BAYBERRY"1 "RED
BAYBERRY". BAYBERRY".
%.. %.. CHERIMOYA CHERIMOYA ANNONA ANNONA
CHERIMOLA CHERIMOLA
"CUSTARD APPLE"1 "CUSTARD APPLE"1
"SHERBERT FRUTI". "SHERBERT FRUTI".
NO. NO. FRUIT NAME FRUIT NAME LATIN LATIN
NAME NAME
OTHER NAMES OTHER NAMES
PROVIDED PROVIDED
%0. %0. CHERRY CHERRY CERASUS CERASUS
%'. %'. CITRON CITRON CITRUS MEDICA CITRUS MEDICA
%/. %/. CLEMENTINE CLEMENTINE CITRUS CITRUS
RETIUCLATA RETIUCLATA
%*. %*. CLOUDBERRY CLOUDBERRY RUBUS RUBUS
CHAMAEMORUS CHAMAEMORUS
%- %- COURGETTE COURGETTE CUCURBITA PEPO CUCURBITA PEPO "3UCCHINI". "3UCCHINI".
%( %( CRANBERRY CRANBERRY O+YCOCCUS O+YCOCCUS "MOSSBERRY" "MOSSBERRY"
.&. .&. CROWBERRY CROWBERRY EMPETRUM EMPETRUM
.). .). CUCUMBER CUCUMBER CUCUMIS SATIVAS CUCUMIS SATIVAS
.%. .%. CUSTARD APPLE CUSTARD APPLE ANNONA ANNONA
RETICULATA RETICULATA
"BULLOCK'S "BULLOCK'S
HEART"1 "BULL'S HEART"1 "BULL'S
HEART". HEART".
... ... DATE DATE PHONEI+ PHONEI+
DACTYLIFERA DACTYLIFERA
.0. .0. DURIAN DURIAN DURIO DURIO
.'. .'. EGGPLANT EGGPLANT S. ESCULENTUM S. ESCULENTUM "AUBERGINE"1 "AUBERGINE"1
"BRIN"AL" "BRIN"AL". .
./. ./. FEI"OA FEI"OA FEI"OA FEI"OA
SELLOWIANA SELLOWIANA
"PINEAPPLE "PINEAPPLE
GUAVA"1 GUAVA"1
"GUAVASTEEN". "GUAVASTEEN".
.*. .*. FIG FIG FICUS FICUS
.-. .-. GO"IBERRY GO"IBERRY LYCIUM LYCIUM
BARBARUM BARBARUM
.(. .(. GOOSEBERRY GOOSEBERRY GROSSULARIA GROSSULARIA
HIRTELLUM HIRTELLUM
0&. 0&. GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT CITRUS PARADISI CITRUS PARADISI
0). 0). GRAPES GRAPES VITIS VITIS
0%. 0%. GUANABANA GUANABANA ANNONA ANNONA "SOURSOP". "SOURSOP".
NO. NO. FRUIT NAME FRUIT NAME LATIN LATIN
NAME NAME
OTHER NAMES OTHER NAMES
PROVIDED PROVIDED
MURICATA MURICATA
0.. 0.. GUAVA GUAVA PSIDIUM PSIDIUM "GOIABA". "GOIABA".
00. 00. HACKBERRY HACKBERRY HACKBERRY HACKBERRY
CELTIS CELTIS
0'. 0'. HONEYDEW HONEYDEW
MELON MELON
HACKBERRY HACKBERRY
CELTIS CELTIS
"WINTER MELON". "WINTER MELON".
0/. 0/. "U"UBE "U"UBE "U"UBE "U"UBE "CHINESE DATE". "CHINESE DATE".
0*. 0*. "UNEBERRY "UNEBERRY AMELANCHIER AMELANCHIER
ALNIFOLIA ALNIFOLIA
"SASKATOON "SASKATOON
BERRY" BERRY"
0-. 0-. KEY LIME KEY LIME CITRUS CITRUS
AURANTIFOLIA AURANTIFOLIA
"WEST INDIAN"1 "WEST INDIAN"1
"COMMON "COMMON
LIME"1 "ME+ICAN LIME"1 "ME+ICAN
LIME". LIME".
0(. 0(. KIWI FRUIT KIWI FRUIT ACTINIDIA ACTINIDIA
DELICIOSA DELICIOSA
"CHINESE "CHINESE
GOOSEBERRY"1 GOOSEBERRY"1
"KIWIS". "KIWIS".
'&. '&. KUM#UAT KUM#UAT FORTUNELLA FORTUNELLA "KINKAN". "KINKAN".
'). '). LEMON LEMON CITRUS LEMON CITRUS LEMON
'%. '%. LINGONBERRY LINGONBERRY LINGONBERRYVAC LINGONBERRYVAC
CINIUM VITAS CINIUM VITAS
IDAEA IDAEA
'.. '.. LOGANBERRY LOGANBERRY RUBUS RUBUS
LOGANOBACCUS LOGANOBACCUS
'0. '0. LO#UAT LO#UAT ERIOBOTRYA ERIOBOTRYA
"APONICA "APONICA
''. ''. LYCHEE LYCHEE CHINENSIS CHINENSIS
'/. '/. MAMONCILLO MAMONCILLO MELICOCCUS MELICOCCUS
BI"UGATUS BI"UGATUS
"#UENEPA"1 "#UENEPA"1
"CHENET"1 "CHENET"1
"GENIP"1 "KINNIP"1 "GENIP"1 "KINNIP"1
"SPANISH LIME". "SPANISH LIME".
'*. '*. MANGO MANGO MANGIFERA MANGIFERA
NO. NO. FRUIT NAME FRUIT NAME LATIN LATIN
NAME NAME
OTHER NAMES OTHER NAMES
PROVIDED PROVIDED
'-. '-. MANGOSTEEN MANGOSTEEN GARCINIA GARCINIA
MANGOSTANA MANGOSTANA
'(. '(. MARANG MARANG ARTOCARPUS ARTOCARPUS
ODORATTISIMUS ODORATTISIMUS
/&. /&. MELANO MELANO CUCUMIS CUCUMIS
METULIFERUS METULIFERUS
"KIWANO". "KIWANO".
/). /). MULBERRY MULBERRY MORUS MORUS
/%. /%. NANNYBERRY NANNYBERRY VIBURNUN VIBURNUN
LENTAGO LENTAGO
"SWEET "SWEET
VIBURNUM"1 VIBURNUM"1
"SHEEPBERRY". "SHEEPBERRY".
/.. /.. OLIVE OLIVE ANANAS ANANAS
COMOSUS COMOSUS
/0. /0. ORANGE ORANGE CITRUS SINENSIS CITRUS SINENSIS
/'. /'. PAPAYA PAPAYA CITRUS SINENSIS CITRUS SINENSIS "PAPAW"1 "TREE "PAPAW"1 "TREE
MELON"1 MELON"1
"MAMAO". "MAMAO".
//. //. PASSION FRUIT PASSION FRUIT PASSIFLORA PASSIFLORA
EDULIS EDULIS
"PURPLE "PURPLE
GRANADILLA". GRANADILLA".
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NAME NAME
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PROVIDED PROVIDED
COMOSUS COMOSUS
*0. *0. PITAYA PITAYA HYLOCEREUS HYLOCEREUS
POLYRHI3US POLYRHI3US
*'. *'. PLUM PLUM MALUS MALUS
DOMESTICA DOMESTICA
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**. **. PRICKLY PEAR PRICKLY PEAR OPUNTIA OPUNTIA "TUNA PEAR"1 "TUNA PEAR"1
"CACTUS PEAR". "CACTUS PEAR".
*-. *-. PUMPKIN PUMPKIN ANANAS ANANAS
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*(. *(. PUPUNHA PUPUNHA GASIPAES GASIPAES "PE"IBAYE". "PE"IBAYE".
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-0. -0. ROSE HIP ROSE HIP ROSA ROSA "ROSE HAW". "ROSE HAW".
-'. -'. ROWAN ROWAN SORBUS SORBUS
-/. -/. SALAK SALAK SALACCA 3ALACCA SALACCA 3ALACCA "SNAKE FRUIT". "SNAKE FRUIT".
(*. (*. SALMONBERRY SALMONBERRY RUBUS RUBUS
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"SAPOTA"1 "SAPOTA"1
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NAME NAME
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"S#UAGHETTI". "S#UAGHETTI".
(%. (%. STRAWBERRY STRAWBERRY FRAGARIA FRAGARIA
(.. (.. SUGAR-APPLE SUGAR-APPLE ANNONA ANNONA
S#UAMOSA S#UAMOSA
"SWEETSOP"1 "SWEETSOP"1
"SCALY "SCALY
"CUSTARD APPLE"1 "CUSTARD APPLE"1
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(0. (0. TAMARILLO TAMARILLO CYPHOMANDRA CYPHOMANDRA
BETACEA BETACEA
"TOMATO TREE". "TOMATO TREE".
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"INDIAN DATE". "INDIAN DATE".
(/. (/. TANGELO TANGELO RUTACEAE RUTACEAE
(*. (*. TANGERINE TANGERINE CITRUS CITRUS
RETICULATA RETICULATA
(-. (-. THIMBLEBERRY THIMBLEBERRY RUBUS RUBUS
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NO.: ACAI ACAI
1/101 (Euterpe)



#UICK INFO. -
The fruit is small and round, black to purple in colour and similar in
size to a grape; it is different in that it may have a large single seed
and less pulp than grapes.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
The fruits are nutrient rich, being high in !itamins and minerals,
in particular iron, fibre and protein; they are also high in
antio"idants# anthocyanins.
The fruits are considered one of the most nutritious amazon fruits.
HEALTH -
$prah has supported that this fruit is one of the most nutritious
fruits in the %orld.
This fruit may be nutrient&rich, having as much calcium and even
protein as milk; it has also been asserted that it has more
antio"idants than blueberries
$ther features in %hich it may be superior to milk are having many
times higher iron, ' and !itamin ( levels.
GROWING -
There may be appro"iately )** fruits per branch panicle.
+cai ,alms are tall slender trees, %hich may gro% to -* metres tall
and may be commonly found in central and southern +merica; it is
also kno%n as .assai palm..
FURTHER INFO. -
This fruit has been/is, largely or mainly gro%n in razil.
0ome plants have been kno%n to have 1* stems.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/acai
http#//%%%.zolaacai.com/media.html
http#//%%%.oprah.com/health/beauty/health2beauty2superfood.3ht
ml
http#//%%%.zolaacai.com/media.html
http#//%%%.amazonlink.org/biopiracy/acai.htm
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NO.: ACEROLA ACEROLA
!/101 (4alpighia glabra)




#UICK INFO. -
+cerola can also be kno%n by name .arbados cherry.;
surprisingly, considering that it may e"ternally resemble the
common cherry (,runus cerasus), it is botanically not directly
related and actually is apparently internally sectioned like an
orange; rich in anti&o"idants and can help one5s immune system.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
The fruit is e"tremely high in !itamin (, %ith '** g. of edible fruit
providing over a %ondrous 67* times the 89+ of the vitamin.
+s %ell as providing a useful source of !itamin (, it also provides
relatively high !itamin +, as %ell as folate, potassium, riboflavin,
magnesium, copper and possibly a useful amount of fibre as %ell; it
may also provide a small amount of calcium and iron.
The fruit can provide about :* calories per '** grammes.
HEALTH -
WARNING: ONE STUDY HAS ASCERTAINED THAT THOSE
WHO ARE ALLERGIC TO LATE+ MAY BE SIMILARLY ALLERGIC
TO THIS FRUIT, AT LEAST IN SUPPLEMENTS AND "UICE
FORM.
;sed in vitamin and nutritional supplements, skin tonic etc..
GROWING -
The plant may be acid tolerant and can be susceptible to root&knot
nematode.
FURTHER INFO. -
+cerola may provide more nutrition than oranges in various fields,
such as !itamin +, magnesium, potassium and panthothenic acid.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/acerola
http#//aggie&horticulture.tamu.edu/county/smith/tips/trees/crape.html
http#//%%%.hort.purdue.edu/ne%crop/morton/barbados2cherry.html
http#//%%%.trade%indsfruit.com/acerola.htm
http#//%%%.organicfood.co.uk/vms/acerola.html
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NO.: APPLE APPLE
"/101 (4alus 9omestica)



#UICK INFO. -
+pples come in red, yello% and green colours and there are
appro"imately <,7** varieties of apple gro%n in the %orld.
They are part of the rose family of plants.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
+ medium&sized apple gives about )* calories and has no fat.
+pples contain pectin, %hich studies have sho%n reduces
cholesterol and can act to suppress hunger for hours.
They are a good source of !itamin ( and around half of it is
contained in the peel, as %ell as insoluble fibre.
HEALTH -
0oluble and insoluble fibre source# soluble fibre such as pectin
helps fight cancer, %hilst the insoluble fibre helps in digestion.
+ntio"idants in apples help counter .bad. cholesterol.
They don5t contain any fat, sodium or cholesterol.
+pples release gas that can ripen other fruit.
GROWING -
+pple trees take four to five years to produce their first fruit.
0ome varieties of apples can be as large as a grapefruit.
4ost apples can be gro%n further north due to their late blossom in
spring, %hich as a result minimises frost damages.
=n 6**' (hina %as apparently recorded as being the largest
producer of apples.
FURTHER INFO. -
The science of gro%ing apples is called .pomology..
>resh apples float, as they contain aobut 67? air.
REFERENCES -
http#//%%%.urbane"t.uiuc.edu/apples/facts.html
http#//%%%.nutritiondata.com/facts&**'&*6s*'im.html
http#//%%%.ivillage.co.uk/food/fruitveg/fruit/articles/*,,':1-*627-
'-@),**.html
http#//zarpentinefarms.com/apple2facts/apple2facts.html
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/apple
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NO.: APRICOT APRICOT
#/101 (,runus armeniaca)


#UICK INFO. -
The fruit could look some%hat similar to peaches and nectarines.
+pricots are stone fruits and can be yello% to orange, %ith some
red; they may be smaller than peaches; they could be orange&
yello% %hen ripe.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
The fruit may ripen earlier than other fruits, hypothetically giving
one access to this food %here others aren5t yet available.
Aas a smooth oval pip %hich can fall out easily.
The fruit may provide about 7* calories per '** grammes.
+pricots could not store %ell, so think about eating them Buickly.
HEALTH -
+pricots can be particularly high in !itamin + as %ell as a useful
source of !itamin (; they may also provide a source of iron and
calcium; they can provide potassium.
+pricot seeds have been reputed to have cancer&treating effects.
GROWING -
The tree may be small to medium sized.
=t has been reported that apricots may be vulnerable to climate
conditions and that it is useful to plant apricots in areas %hich have
very little or no frost.
FURTHER INFO. -
Today much of the %orld5s production may be from (alifornia, ;0+;
Turkey may provide much of the %orld5s dried apricot production.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/apricot
http#//%%%.foodreference.com/html/fapricots.html
http#//%%%.tricountyfarm.org/oregon2apricots.asp
http#//freshcutproduce.com/nutrifa"/apricots.html
http#//%%%.thefruitpages.com/apples.shtml
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NO.: AVOCADO AVOCADO
$/101 (,ersea americana)



#UICK INFO. -
The fruit has been nicknamed the .alligator fruit. due to its green
skin and shape.
The plant is adapted to subtropical and tropical %eather.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
+vocados have about ':* calories per '**g of edible fruit.
They are an e"cellent source of food and possess sodium and
potassium.
!itamins include +, some &comple", ( and E.
HEALTH -
ITS SEED IS MILDLY TO+IC, SO DON'T EAT IT.
0imilar to bananas they are filling and also are normally %ell&
digested; athletes like them and they are .slo%&burning..
They are a useful source of oil and fats and %hen blended %ith fruit
could be a useful source for babies if they are able to eat it.
GROWING -
The tree can gro% to 6*m tall.
+n average tree produces about '6* avocados.
>ruit does not ripen on its tree but falls off and must be picked up,
although commercially people may pick it %hilst still on the plant.
Chist it can be gro%n as a houseplant it may not bear seed
indoors.
FURTHER INFO. -
+vocados can apparently %eigh from '**g to ' kg.
They have been available all&year round in (alifornia.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/avacado
http#//%%%.healthrecipes.com/avocado2information.htm
http#//%%%.thefruitpages.com/chartavocado.shtml
http#//%%%.produceoasis.com/Tip$T9ay2folder/Tips2folder/Dov'<t
ip.html
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NO.: BANANA BANANA
%/101 (4usa acuminata)



#UICK INFO. -
6 bananas could give energy for strenuous :* or @* minute
%orkout; - natural sugars E sucrose, fructose and glucose.
9epression E bananas contain trypotophan, a protein the
body converts to serotonin, a mood enhancer.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
Food source of fibre, potassium; !it. ( E appro". 89+ values
are '7? !it. ( and fibre and '*? of potassium; appro". @*
calories per banana; source :.
Aigh potassium, lo% salt# ;0 >ood and 9rug +dministration
accepted its ability to reduce risk of blood pressure and
stroke; may be useful for stress# helps normalise heartbeat.
HEALTH -
ananas keep blood sugar levels high and meant to prevent
morning sickness E be%are of hypothetical sugar .spike..
8ubbing mosBuito bite %ith inside of banana skin/ pasting
inside to %art, might reduce s%elling/irritation/get rid of %art.
Aigh in !itamins %hich help calm the nervous system.
GROWING -
>e% parasites; root rot in cold %et soil ma3or threat; gro%
most soils; reBuire large amount %ater; most stop gro%ing
belo% 7-G >, slo% about )*G > and totally above '**G >;
freezing temp. can kill foliage and reBuire %ind protection for
optimal gro%th; gro% in all humid, tropical regions.
FURTHER INFO. -
.anana trees. classed as herb; 1
th
largest crop of the %orld;
the clusters of fruits are apparently called .hands..
REFERENCES -
http#//%%%.diablocyclists.com/>itnessAealth/=nteresting>acts
anana.htm
http#//%%%.crfg.org/pubs/ff/banana.html
http#//%%%.thecolumn.org/nutrition&food.aspHfdI*@*1*
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NO.: BEARBERRY BEARBERRY
&/101 (+rctostaphylos)



#UICK INFO. -
There are three kno%n species of the small shrubs# .alpine.,
.common. and .red. bearberry; alpine5s berries may be dark purple
to black and the other t%o red.
The name .bearberry. is said to derive from bears liking to eat it.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
earberries, %hilst edible, may be dry and unappetising.
Like most/all berries, bearberries may possibly be useful for !it. (.
4ay keep for a reasonable amount of time relative to other fruits.
The plant might provide lo% energy and nutritional levels.
HEALTH -
The plant, if not the fruit, historically been used to treat %ide
variety ailments and used by Dorth +merican =ndians; THE PLANT
CAN BECOME TO+IC TO ONESELF IF USED E+CESSIVELY and
those using the leaves medicinally have been %arned against it if
pregnant/breastfeeding, children, or having kidney disease.
GROWING -
The shrub may only gro% '*&-* cm tall and can gro% in dry soil
%ith little nutrient.
The plants may have evergreen leaves.
FURTHER INFO. -
The dead leaves may remain %ith the stems for years.
The berries may be blended/mashed up and used as %aterproofing.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/bearberry
http#//%%%.blueplanetbiomes.org/bear2berry.htm
http#//%%%.ontario%ildflo%er.com/eabametoong.htm
http#//%%%.kstrom.net/isk/food/katsi.html
http#//montana.plant&life.org/species/arcto2uva.htm
http#//%%%.fs.fed.us/database/feis/plants/shrub/arcuva/managem
ent2considerations.html
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NO.: BERBERIS BERBERIS
'/101 (erberis)


#UICK INFO. -
This fruit is appro"imately 7&'7 mm long, %hich %hen ripe may be
red or dark blue; it may produce a pink or violet %a"y bloom; the
fruit may be elongated.
erberis is a group of appro"imately up to 7** evergreen and
deciduous shrubs, %hich may be thorny and bet%een '&7 metres
tall.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
The berries are high in !itamin ( and may have a very sharp taste
and the thorny shrubs may inhibit gathering.
The fruit on Japanese berberis plants, for e"ample, may last the
%hole %inter.
HEALTH -
(ited as useful in the treatment of ailments such as liver disorder,
gall bladder problems, kidney stones etc.
The fruit may have a lot of seeds and not much flesh.
GROWING -
The plant may not like gro%ing too near the sea and can be
tolerant to some cutting.
They may also be an important source of food for birds and other
cattle could eat it as %ell.
FURTHER INFO. -
They are apparently used in making barriers due to their thickness
and sharp thorns, and be %ary of doing this as their spikes may be
hidden from sight, possibly some%hat, by the vegetation.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/berberis
http#//%%%.hort.uconn.edu/plants/b/berthu/berthu'.html
http#//%%%.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/b/barcom'6.html
http#//%%%.diet&and&health.net/articles.phpHcontIbarberry
http#//%%%.diet&and&
health.net/articles.phpHcontIoregon?6*grape
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NO.: BILBERRY BILBERRY
(/101 (!accinium myrtillus)


#UICK INFO. -
(ould be similar looking to blueberries and easiest %ay to
differentiate them is that the plant may produce single or paired
fruits instead of clusters as blueberries do.
This fruit is seldom cultivated and may be eaten %ild instead.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
The fruits may be $K to be eaten ra% and one may see that they
are used in 3ams, pies, 3uices and even icecream.
The fruits contain !itamins + and ( among other nutrients.
HEALTH -
4eant to be very useful in improving night vision and particularly
macular degeneration, research at time of %riting has apparently
not so far proven conclusive; one theory is that the fruit helps
produce .retinal purple., %hich can be used for eye health.
>ruit may have strong antio"idant properties from anthocyanidin
flavonoids, %hich may protect collagen structures in the eyes.
They have been described as useful in vascular and blood disorders.
Chilst other fruits may be useful, much has been purported about
therapeutic effects of this fruit, including lo%ering blood pressure.
GROWING -
This plant may be a perennial shrub; the shrub may benefit from
damp and acidic soils.
FURTHER INFO. -
=n =reland kno%n as .fraughan., 0cotland .blaeberry., and England
.%hortleberry. among other regional names; may be different
opinions in naming of berries, %ith some in +merica calling them
.huckleberries., %hilst others possibly saying this is different fruit.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/bilberry
http#//%%%.kc%eb.com/herb/bilberry.htm
http#//%%%.healthcatalog.com/bilberry.htm
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NO.: BLACKBERRY BLACKBERRY
10/101 (8ibes rubrum)



#UICK INFO. -
Carning, many fruits such as blackberries may have insects and
considering their structure, they could be difficult to check.
The blackberry is a %ell kno%n and %idely gro%n shrub.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
lackberries can provide manganese and tanins, the latter %hich
may have a fe% or more general physical benefits.
They can be rich in antio"idants, including !itamins ( and E, as %ell
as !itamin K; they contain fructose and are high in sugar.
>rom their numerous seeds, they may be rich in fibre (pectin).
HEALTH -
(areful if you pick them from the sharp thorns on the bushes.
+fter the '7
th
0eptember in the ;K, the fruits may start to become
infected by mould, making them increasingly inedible and also it is
not advisable to pick fruits near roads %here they may have
accumulated to"ins.
GROWING -
The plant can gro% to '* feet (- metres).
lackberries can be hardy plants, gro%ing in lo% nutrient soil and
living through a cold %inter.
FURTHER INFO. -
They are called an .aggregate fruit., as each berry is meant to be
actually a cluster of small fruits.
lackberries may also be kno%n by the names, .cloudberry.,
.de%berry. and .bramble..
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/blackberries
http#//%%%.%holehealthmd.com/refshelf/foods2vie%/','76-,'16,*
*.html
http#//%%%.viable&herbal.com/herbdesc7/'blackber.htm
http#//%%%.nutritiondata.com/facts&**'&*6s*'fc.html
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NO.: BLACKCURRANT BLACKCURRANT
11/101 (8. nigrum)



#UICK INFO. -
lackcurrants may be dark purple/dark blue/black in colour and are
%idely used in the ;K, at least, for cordials and drinks; they are
also utilised for 3ams and yoghurt.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
lackcurrants are high in !itamin (, %ith a serving of '** grammes
giving up to 7" the 89+.
They may provide slightly under -* calories per '** grammes.
They are a useful source of !itamin E, : and potassium as %ell as
fibre and can also provide a source of iron and copper.
HEALTH -
lackcurrants may be naturally slightly bitter to taste.
They have been cited as a remedy for sore throats.
lackcurrants are rich in phytochemicals# this might possibly be
sho%n by the darker the fruit the more concentration of
anthocyanins (phytochemicals) it has.
GROWING -
lackcurrants are best planted in early %inter.
They benefit from maintaining a reasonable level of moisture and
being provided %ith adeBuate nutrients.
FURTHER INFO. -
ritain is the largest producer of blackcurrants in the %orld.
There are also red and %hite varieties of the fruit.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/blackcurrant
http#//%%%.britishsummerfruits.co.uk/facts/blackcurrants.htm
http#//%%%.trivia&library.com/a/information&about&fruits&
currants.htm
http#//%%%.gardenaction.co.uk/fruit2veg2diary/blackcurrant2page
6.asp
http#//%%%.blackcurrantfoundation.co.uk/info.asp"H=dI6':
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NO.: BLUEBERRY BLUEBERRY
1!/101 (!accinium)



#UICK INFO. -
The ripe fruits are blue, having been %hite and turning to a
reddish&purple colour initally; they are also called .bilberries..
4ay be higher in antio"idants than some other fruits or vegetables.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
lueberries can be Buite lo% in sugar compared to other fruit.
They may contain antibacterial and antiviral compounds.
8ich source of !itamins +, (; also contain folate and potassium.
The %hite %a"y coating on blueberries may be a natural part of the
fruit called .bloom., used to protect it from sunlight and fine to eat.
HEALTH -
=t has been stated that blueberries are useful in fighting cancer,
heart disease, and other diseases and in protecting the brain.
Cild blueberries contain the phytonutrient anthocyanin, %hich is
displayed by the berries5 blue colour.
GROWING -
Dorth +merica may be the %orld5s largest supplier of blueberries.
+ccording to the ;nited Dations, there have been 1*,***L metric
tonnes of the fruit cultivated %orld%ide yearly.
FURTHER INFO. -
lueberries are not the same as huckleberries, %hich have a more
black/red tint, as opposed to the blue of blueberries.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/blueberry
http#//%%%.mercola.com/article/blueberries.htm
http#//asktheberryman.com/bluefacts.html
http#//%%%.foodreference.com/html/fblueberries.html
http#//%%%.blueberry.org/nutrition.htm
http#//%%%.blueberry.org/blueberries.htm
http#//%%%.driscolls.com/about/faB.htmlMa')
http#//%%%.recipes1us.co.uk/specials?6*and?6*holidays/bluberri
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101 FRUITS: FRUIT DIETARY NUTRITION, HEALTH AND ADD. INFO. 101 FRUITS: FRUIT DIETARY NUTRITION, HEALTH AND ADD. INFO.
NO.: CAINITO CAINITO
1"/101 ((hrysophyllum cainito)




#UICK INFO. -
The fruits are purple skinned, %ith a star pattern in its pulp, the
fruits may also, be able to be green&%hite in colour; it has light&
bro%n flattened seeds and may have an often green caly".
This fruit has numerous names, including .caimito. and .star apple.
and its fruits may be round or some%hat pear&shaped among
others.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
The skin and rind are rich in late" and inedible and the fruit is
considered to make a useful dessert; after seven years, it is has
been stated that it can bear fruit year round.
>ruit may provide close to <* calories per '** grammes of edible
fruit; it can be a source of calcium, phosphorous, fibre and protein.
HEALTH -
IT HAS BEEN ADVISED, THAT IF OPENING A FRUIT, BE
E+TRA CAREFUL NOT TO LET SKIN COME INTO CONTACT
WITH THE INSIDE1 SKIN SHOULD NOT BE BITTEN INTO AND
THE SEEDS MAY CONTAIN TO+ICITY.
Larvae of small insects may sometimes be found in the fruit.
The fruit has been cited as a treatment for diabetes.
GROWING -
=ts leaves are evergreen and it is self&pollinating.
=t may gro% to over '** feet and is a tropical or near tropical fruit.
FURTHER INFO. -
The fruits may be about the same size as an apple; the taste has
been said to be like a cross bet%een custard and an apple.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/cainito
http#//%%%.hort.purdue.edu/ne%crop/morton/star2apple.html
http#//%%%.tropilab.com/chrysop&cai.html
http#//%%%.instantha%aii.com/cgi&bin/ha%aiiHplants.capple
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NO.: CALABASH CALABASH
1#/101 (,honei" 9actylifera)



#UICK INFO. -
This fruit can be an e"ceptionally structured vine fruit and the
.bottle gourd. plant can appear as t%o spheres stuck together, for
the reason of its shape and structure, it has been utilised as a
drinking vessel and utensil, hence its name, in particular, they may
be used as bo%ls.
THIS FRUIT MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR EATING RAW AND
EATEN ONLY IN A SPECIALISED WAY.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION -
Noung fruits are apparently harvested early to eat and older ones
allo%ed to mature for making implements.
=t is called .hulu/huzi. in (hina and .kampyO. in Japan, %here it
may be used in the place of fish in vegetarian sushi.
The fruits can apparently be up to ': inches or more in diameter.
HEALTH -
The pulp is believed to contain medicinal purposes and has been
stated can be used for diabetics.
;p to a '** fruits may gro% on the tree for < months, before falling
to the ground, so TAKE GREAT CARE IN AREA OF SUCH A TREE.
GROWING -
=t has been declared that the tree can gro% to 1* feet tall; the
fruits apparently may gro% in different original shapes.
FURTHER INFO. -
Chen dried the fruit may turn a bro%n colour, at %hich stage the
inner pulp can be hollo%ed out to make the receptacle.
REFERENCES -
http#//en.%ikipedia.org/%iki/calabash
http#//%%%.robharvey.com/calabash&bird&bo"es.html
http#//%%%.petertan.com/blog/archives/6**1/*</calabash2tree.ht
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http#//%%%.second&opinions.co.uk/foods.html
http#//%aynes%ord.palomar.edu/%%*7*-.htm