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Pineapple

A slang term for a $50 note in Australia. The term is derived from the fact that $50 notes are mostly yellow.
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More than 100 tons of pineapples are produced every year, a substantial portion of which is shipped to Middle Eastern countries.
The world production of canned pineapples has shown a tremendous increase over the last decade or so (http://faostat3.
An excellent source of vitamin C and manganese, pineapples also contain bromelain, an enzyme with anti-inflammatory properties.
Pineapple contains half of the daily recommended value of vitamin C which helps fight cell damage.
1 IT TAKES almost three years for a pineapple to reach maturity.
A method for successfully cultivating pineapples in Britain was first developed in the 18th century.
Bidhannagar pineapples are in great demand across the country, including in neighbouring countries like Nepal and Bhutan.
Supplier of fresh fruits and vegetables Dole Europe (NYSE:DOLE) on Monday announced the extension of the Dole Earth online platform to include pineapples.
The TSS and TA values of the pineapples increased over a 5 to 15 day storage period but had decreased slightly by the end of the storage for all treatments.
By the end of the 16th century, Portuguese and Spanish explorers introduced pineapples into many of their Asian, African and South Pacific colonies, countries in which the pineapple is still being grown today.