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I have only had the fuzzy kind of kiwi grown overseas, Check out the smaller Hardy Kiwi grown here in the U.S.

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Hairless Rambutan is considered sweeter than Rambutan, and obviously easier to eat off the tree because outer shell has no prickly hairs.

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Hackberries can be found on every continent except Antarctica and is considered one of the world's oldest foraged fruits. It has been traced back thousands of years in the diet of early man. This is a photo of the Net-Leaf Hackberry found in the Western United States.

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The Guava has its own festival "Guavaween" in Ybor City, Florida. Each year city celebrates being founded by an entrepreneur in the 1800's looking to grow Guava commercially (though unsuccessfully) and a prosperous cigar manufacturer.

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Guarana has properties very similar to caffeine, making it popular for energy drinks and other snacks. Here are some of the health benefits and side effects for Guarana.

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The first reports of Grumichama was Hawaii in the early 1800's. It's said to have the taste of a concord grape mixed with a cherry.

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Native American tribes like the Dakota, used Ground Plums as food and medicine for their horses.

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Greengage Plums are regarded as being some of the best plums to use for desserts. Here is some more info on them and a recipe for Greengage pie.

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If properly stored, freshly squeezed Grapefruit will retain 98% its vitamin C for a week in the refrigerator!

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Did you know North Carolina has the oldest Grape vine in America? Over 400 years old! Check out these other fun facts about Grapes.

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