This popular citrus fruit can be summed up in three words: bittersweet, juicy and colourful. But how much do you actually know about the grapefruit, which you are sure to have eaten at some time, either on its own or in muesli? Find out more about this vitamin-rich fruit in our 5 fascinating facts!
Estimates put the number of different types of bananas in the world at almost 1,000! Fancy a look at the unbelievably diverse world of bananas? Discover the most important variants of this popular fruit and their typical features.
The grape is a real fruit classic and anything other than boring! The versatility of this little round ‘miracle worker’ is proved by its use as a creative component in several current food trends.
Opinion is divided on the subject of grape seeds. Are these little pips actually healthy or should we go so far as to remove them before enjoying our grapes? Read on to see whether they are worth eating.
Before, during and after exercising, athletes need healthy food with added value that will not weigh them down. Blueberries are a particularly good gym snack. Our 5 tips for athletes will ensure berrylicious motivation for your next trip to the gym!
We all do it on a daily basis, but rarely question it: While we peel some types of fruit before eating, we eat other fruit unpeeled without giving it any thought whatsoever. What fruit can be eaten unpeeled? Read on for some handy tips.
Maybe it’s happened to you? Some people, when they bite into a juicy piece of pineapple notice a tingling, stinging or burning sensation on their tongue. Is it pure imagination or could it really be caused by pineapple? Today we unravel the mystery of why pineapple burns your tongue!
Pineapples are an exotic fruit. When we buy them in the supermarket, these sweet vitamin bombs have already travelled a long way. But where do pineapples actually grow? Come and join us on the search to find out more about the homeland of this popular fruit!
Raspberries and blueberries are there to sweeten our day, not only during the summer but also during the cold season. By snacking on berries during the winter, we can integrate vitamins and minerals into our diet throughout the day and thus help to ward off colds and other winter ailments.
Did you know that raspberries are not always pink? These fruity little powerhouses also come in a striking yellow or black – a berry for every taste!