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Sailors ate cranberries for their vitamin C, to prevent scurvy.

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The tropical Costa Rican Guava is 1 of 100 species of Guava in North, South and Central America.

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Cornelian Cherries were common in English gardens during the 18th century.

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Conkerberries are popular with many birds and insects in Australian regions. This fruit can only be consumed when ready. Unripened ones are poisonous!

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Common Apple-Berry is a climbing plant that can reach to about 9 feet high.

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Cola Nut was the main ingredient in Coca-Cola after Cocaine was made illegal. It is unknown whether it's still an ingredient in Coca-Cola, but it is still listed as ingredient in Pepsi cola.

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Cocky Apple trees green leaves transition to orange than red as they mature.

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Ancient Greeks believed figs were a gift from the goddess Demeter. This is a shot of Cluster Figs grown in India.

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Cloudberry picking is part of Scandinavian tradition during summertime. One can actually pick and sell these treats tax-free.

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Citron has been used in religious practices for thousands of years! There has been mention of the fruit in texts of Islam and Judaism.

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