By Alessandro Barile
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We all know that fruit is good for our health thanks to countless benefits.
Fresh Fruit enhances these qualities with a substantial variety of fruit.
You will discover a lot about well known fruit as well as less known ones, and more important you will be surprised by their useful nutritional properties.
It is a fact that seasonal fruit are not only cheap, but they provide us with so many vitamines.
Our target is to help you find the right fruit month after month for enjoying all the benefits in order to stay fit.
You will be able to find all answers to specific fruit in an accurate and easy description. You will also travel the world through each page.
Be curious and try now!
What's New in Version 1.1
- added the favorites management with the possibility to customize the order of preference.
- added a filter to allow to show the favorites item only while browsing, month by month.
- added full-text search, ie the possibility to search any word in the various typologies.
Good start needs more!
The app works great and is easy to navigate there's just not much information there. I would like to learn more about the different varieties of each fruit. Sure a type of fruit may be grown all over the world but the variety you are looking at in the store could be local or it could not. I would like to more accurately pinpoint seasonal fruits how about showing me what's in season only on my continent or better yet the part of the continent I am in so I can find fresher and more local fruits.
If you are completely clueless about fruit and where it comes from this would be good for you for an enthusiastic eater who already knows the basics it left me wanting more but it was free so who could complain about that!
I wish they would give tips on what to look for when buying these fruits.
It'd be great if the makers would do vegetable and grain version...
Otherwise very convenient
Gives a huge list of seasonal fruit plus great info. However it only says what is in season for your hemisphere, not your local area. Not good for trying to eat local produce. Is good for getting general info on many types if fruit.