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Synonyms for pineapple

a tropical American plant bearing a large fleshy edible fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves

large sweet fleshy tropical fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves

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It's part of promoting the city but more than that, Ormoc is really known for its tasty pineapples,' Gomez said.
And there are no cultural connections between Scotland and pineapples that I am aware of.
The tropical fruits most cultivated in the world are bananas, mangos, avocados, papayas and pineapples (FAO 2003) with an estimated total worldwide production of about 160 million tons in 2012 (http://faostat3.
The Food Network has cited "Taste of the Tropics" among its top food trends for 2016, specifically "a craze for tropical foods," including pineapples and even pineapple wine.
Pineapples also contain bromelain, an enzyme that breaks down protein, helping digestion.
4 THE difference in colour between pineapples is down to where they were grown.
These days, when you can buy pineapples for a pittance at any supermarket, it may be difficult to imagine the elevated status afforded to the pineapple in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Pineapples are largely cultivated in Bidhannagar, 45 kilometres from Siliguri.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 21, 2013-Dole Europe adds pineapples to Dole Earth online platform(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
When Columbus and other discoverers brought pineapples back to Europe, attempts were made to cultivate the sweet, prized fruit until it was realized that the fruit's need for a tropical climate inhibited its ability to flourish in this region.
He revealed at the launch of Wii party game Just Dance: "I was alluding to the fact that their hair looks like pineapples.
Sales of wholehead and prepared pineapples are soaring as consumers take a greater interest in exotic fruit.