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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pineapple

The pineapple (Ananas comosus) is a tropical plant with an edible multiple fruit consisting of ... Pineapples can be consumed fresh, cooked, juiced, or preserved. .... Catherine the Great ate pineapples grown on her own estates before her ...

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Apr 8, 2012 ... Even though pineapples are considered a fruit (and fruit generally comes from trees ... So where did pineapple come from in the first place?

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Mar 31, 2014 ... In a healthy pineapple plant, the tapered, swordlike leaves can grow up to about 5 ... Unlike most fruits, pineapples are not grown from seeds.

www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/04/facts-about-pineapples_n_4726366.html

Feb 4, 2014 ... Let's face it: pineapples are weird. They look weird, they're weird to cut into, we can't figure out where they come from or how they grow, and ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/its-pineapple-season-but-does-your-fruit-come-from-hawaii-5211854

Mar 20, 2013 ... While Hawaii was once the big kahuna in pineapple production, it's since been overtaken by other global powers.

www.thespruce.com/history-of-the-pineapple-1807645

May 4, 2017 ... The term pineapple (or pinappel in Middle English) did not appear in ... in 1493, although the fruit had long been grown in South America.

www.bananalink.org.uk/where-pineapples-are-grown

Pineapple plants can mostly be found in Latin America and West Africa. In Europe, the majority of pineapples in our market come from Costa Rica, which ...

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Apr 3, 2013 ... -"A skilled worker can plant up to 5000 pineapples a day!" that's about one plant every 5th second, thats not skill, that's backbreaking slavery, ...

www.kitchenproject.com/history/Pineapple

Certain bat-pollinated wild pineapples, members of the bromeliad family, do the ... given the first pineapple grown in England by his royal gardener, John Rose.