Apples and bananas are the most popular fresh (whole) fruits in America.
Almond trees are “dormant” and do not produce almonds during the cold-weather months of November through February.
A single serving of onion contains 45 calories.
In the past decade, chicken has overtaken beef as the most-consumed meat in America.
Potatoes and tomatoes are the most commonly consumed vegetables in the United States.
More than 99% of the walnuts grown in the United States come from California’s Central Valley.
Grapefruit extract is often used to make nontoxic home cleaners.
Once planted, a cherry orchard can take up to seven years to begin producing a major crop.
Before the 17th century, carrots were usually yellow, white, or purple in color. It was not until the 17th century that Dutch growers began cultivating orange carrots.
Olive trees can live anywhere between 300 and 600 years on average, and some can live for more than 1,000 years.