The tiniest type of apple in the world is the same size as a pea. The largest type is the size of a pumpkin!
One third of the world’s oranges are grown in Brazil.
Lemon trees grow fruit all year-round and can produce up to 3,000 lemons a year!
Strawberries are the only type of berry fruits with their seeds on the outside.
Raspberries are very high in fibre, which is important to keep your digestive system healthy.
China grows the largest amount of apples in the world.
Every strawberry contains around 200 seeds!
Oranges are packed with Vitamin C, which helps to keep your immune system, skin and eyes healthy.
There are more than 600 different types of oranges in the world.
In Belgium, strawberries must be very popular as they have their own museum – the Musée de la Fraise.
Strawberry juice is believed to soothe upset skin. Many people put it on their sunburns!
Apples are made up of 25% air, which is why they float in water.
There are more than 35 million orange trees in the whole of Spain!
There are more than 40 different types of strawberries in the world.
The most common colour for a strawberry is red, but strawberries can be white and yellow too.
It takes three weeks in the sunshine for a white grape to dry out and become a raisin.
More than four tons of grapes are used to make just one ton of raisins.
In Roman times, raisins were used as a type of money and often given to winners of sporting events.