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Last updated date: 29th May 2024
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An Overview of Fruits

As you are aware, fruits play a significant and enticing role in your child's diet. In their first year of life, most newborns eat fruits and vegetables. However, many kids become pickier about particular meals, including fruits, as they become more self-sufficient eaters. Make sure to include as many fruits as necessary in your family's diet and enjoy them all together, since forcing kids to eat more fruits never works but it is important to set an excellent example by eating fruits yourself.

Everyone should consume fruits since they are full of vital minerals and vitamins that support children's growth, development, and overall health. This is true, especially for young children. In this article, we will discuss various small round fruits, their importance, and which fruits are beneficial to our health.

Multiple Small Round Fruits

Multiple Small Round Fruits

Juicy Fruits Name List

Children Enjoying Eating Delicious Fruits

Children Enjoying Eating Delicious Fruits

Below given is the juicy fruits name list:

1. Pineapple

Because it is a tropical plant, Filipinos frequently choose pineapple for their New Year's fruit bowl. The pineapple stands out among the other fruits in the bowl because of its golden hue from the inside out and its crowned top.

2. Orange

The orange is among the fruits that will stand out in your fruit bowl thanks to its vivid colour. The fruit is also thought to represent riches and luck in feng shui. In reality, the 8 Orange Tree, a miniature plant-like decoration with eight hanging oranges, is among the most well-liked feng shui ornaments. It is thought to bring prosperity to one's home.

3. Apple

A crimson apple is always a welcome sight for fruit lovers. This fruit, which frequently denotes good health, not only keeps the doctor away but also makes a wise addition to your Media Noche table list.

4. Grapes

Given that grapes are a fruit which blooms on vines in clusters or bunches of around 15, it is easy to understand why people believe they will bring abundance into their homes. It comes in a variety of hues, including purple, dark blue, yellow, green, and black.

5. Watermelon

Naturally, a full-grown watermelon would take up too much space on the table, therefore Filipinos who follow the tradition of the fruit bowl typically purchase the smaller varieties known as sugar baby watermelons. It has a milder flavour and a dark green rind compared to the large ones.

6. Melon

The cantaloupe is a common variety of melons with a light greenish exterior and a brilliant orange interior. It fits the criteria for your Media Noche table because of its extremely rounded shape, and this sweet delicacy is likely to be a light snack after the New Year.

7. Lychee 

A round fruit with a thin rough skin and delicious white flesh encircling a big seed in the middle, the lychee is from the same family as the local rambutan. It tastes like a blend of grapes and pears and has a pleasant aroma. The red colour of this would match the occasion if you placed it in your fruit dish.

8. Kiwi 

The kiwifruit, often known as the kiwi, is an oval-shaped fruit with a size comparable to a hen's egg. Its pale green flesh has a complex flavour and fibrous brown skin. It is creamy and luscious in texture, and many people describe it as tasting like a cross between strawberry, pineapple, and banana. I

9. Pomelo 

The pomelo is a citrus fruit roughly the size of a cantaloupe. Its pulpy flesh is either pink or yellow, and it has a thick, yellow peel. The pomelo with the yellow centre is thought to be sweeter than the former, which frequently leans more toward the sour flavour.

10. Pear

The pear has an apple-like crisp feel and is a light yellow fruit. It has a pleasant flavour that gradually fades. The pear's silky peel looks attractive when arranged with the other fruits on your table.

11. Longan Fruit

If not for its tough shell, the longan fruit might initially be confused for lanzones. It features a black seed enclosed in the white flesh. While dried longans are utilised for Chinese food therapy and herbal medicine, longan fruits are also used in Asian soups.

12. Dragon Fruit 

It should come as no surprise that the dragon fruit is thought to bring prosperity and good fortune to individuals given that dragons are seen as symbols of success and regal authority in Chinese Feng Shui. The fruit, which is spherical and bright pink with scaly spikes on the inside, is also referred to by the names pitaya, strawberry pear, and thang.

Practice Question

1Q. Name two fruits which are fleshy and juicy.

Ans: Mango and Orange are the names of two fruits which are fleshy and juicy. 

Mango: The fruit called a mango is luscious and fleshy. Mangoes are a fruit with few calories, a lot of fibre, and a lot of vitamins A and C. Additionally, it has a small amount of calcium, vitamin E, zinc, folate, and B6.

Apple: The fruit known as orange is a variety of citrus trees of the Rutaceae family; the term is most often used to describe Citrus × Sinensis, also known as sweet orange, to distinguish it from the closely related Citrus × Aurantium, generally known as bitter orange.


From this article, we have gained a lot of information about various Fruits. Most fruits are bright in colour and sweet in taste. However, fruits are sometimes sour as well. There are many different types of small round fruits namely watermelon, melon, Pomegranate, Chico, Pear, Longan Fruit, Grapes, Apple and many others. These fruits are round-shaped and are very beneficial for our health in many ways. We hope now you know everything you need to know about these delicious fruits. In case of any other doubts feel free to ask in the comments.

FAQs on Small Round Fruits

1. What fruit is considered to have good luck?

The Chinese words for "orange" and "tangerine" sound a lot like "luck" and "rich," respectively. These fruits' golden hue also represents prosperity.

2. Which fruit is most popular worldwide?

The most popular fruit consumed worldwide is the banana (Musa sapientum), which is closely related to plantain (Musa paradisiaca). Following cereals, sugar, coffee, and cocoa, they are the fifth-most major agricultural product in terms of international trade and the fourth-most major staple food globally.

3. What are the benefits of fruits in general?

Fruits are a great source of fibre as well as important vitamins and minerals. Fruits also include a variety of antioxidants, including flavonoids, which are good for your health. A diet rich in fruits and vegetables can lower a person's risk of diabetes, cancer, inflammation, heart disease, and other diseases.