Here's the Deal with Mini Fruits and Vegetables
They're convenient, create less waste and taste fantastic. And don't forget the OMG cute factor.
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The Tropical Insta-Centerpiece
Produce doesn't get much cuter than a five-inch-high pineapple. But so-called Queen pineapples, which are grown in South Africa and sold by Frieda's to retailers around the U.S., aren't just adorable Instagram fodder. The fruits are intensely sweet and low-acid; plus, they have a soft, edible core, so there's less to discard. For as gorgeous as these itty-bitty pineapples are, though, they are quite perishable, so only leave them at room temperature for a day or two (or refrigerate them and eat within five to seven days).