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What is the name of a fruit that begins with T?

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Fruits that begin with T include tamarind, tomatoes and tangerines. Tamarind has a taste that is similar to a date or apricot. Tomatoes are often confused with vegetables.

Tamarind is often used to flavor soda. The fruit is also the main ingredient in Worcestershire sauce. Tomatoes are an excellent form of vitamin C and iron. Lycopene is the substance that gives tomatoes their red color. Lycopene is an antioxidant that prevents the growth of cancer molecules. Tangerines, also called mandarin oranges, are a significant source of vitamin C as well. Tangerines are also high in vitamin A and contain calcium and iron.


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