Fun facts about fruits!

We all need to eat at least two pieces of fruit a day to keep the doctor away. It’s wise to eat two different kinds, but what’s actually classified as fruit? That, and more, in today’s fun facts article!

  • The study of fruits is called pomology.
  • A banana isn’t a fruit, it’s an herb. Since they’re easily digestible and highly nutritious, these are the first fruits offered to babies.
  • Strawberries are the only fruit with seeds on the outside. There are 200 seeds in an average strawberry.
  • Red coloured fruits keep your heart strong.
  • Orange-coloured fruits tend to keep your eyes healthy.
  • Yellow-coloured fruits prevent you from getting sick.
  • Green coloured fruits help to make your bones and teeth strong.
  • Purple and blue fruits help improve memory.
  • Apples float in water because they consist of 25 percent air.
  • A kiwi has twice as much vitamin C in an orange.
  • 7000 different varieties of apples are grown all over the world.
  • Pineapples are actually berries and ripening can be accelerated by turning it upside down.
  • Dried fruit contains more calories than fresh fruit because the drying process reduces water content and volume.
  • Eggplants are actually fruits and not vegetables. In fact, they’re botanically known as berries.
  • A cucumber is not a vegetable but a fruit.
  • Tomatoes are not a vegetable but a fruit. They’re considered the world’s most popular fruit and have more genes than humans.
  • Eating an apple is a more reliable method of staying awake than consuming a cup of coffee because it gives you more energy. The natural sugar in an apple is more potent than the caffeine in coffee.
  • A pomegranate can contain more than 1000 seeds.
  • Apples, peaches and raspberries all belong to the rose family.
  • Drinking grapefruit juice while taking some prescription medications can cause instant overdose and death.
  • Pumpkins and avocados aren’t vegetables. They’re fruits.
  • According to a study, avocados are the most nutritious fruit in the world.
Sliced Fruits on Tray

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24 thoughts on “Fun facts about fruits!

  1. 7000 different apple varieties? This is something I’m having difficulty digesting, but it’s a good post overall.

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