Strawberry Sue is the first fruit to ripen each spring, packed vitamins and minerals and a great source of Vitamin C amongst several other vitamins and minerals. She also works hard to fight heart disease and contributes towards cancer prevention.
Sam is purple in colour for almost the entire year until he turns orange in spring. Nicknamed the Christmas Orange, he’s easy to peal, low in calories, full of useful nutrients and a great source of Vitamin C.
Banana Barry is actually a type of herb and can be found not only in the traditional yellow but other colours even red. He is full of vitamins and minerals and the high content of potassium makes Barry a real life super fruit.
Peggy and Pippa are both nicknamed the ‘butter fruit’ on account of their soft, buttery texture. They work very hard to help boost the immune system, improve digestion and blood circulation. Known by the Chinese as a symbol of immortality.
Garry is part of rose family and ripens six to 10 times faster at room temperature, so remember to refrigerate if you want your apples to last longer. He contains no fat, sodium or cholesterol and is a great source of fibre. Garry also loves to produce cider taking 36 apples to create one gallon.
Gracy is actually a type of berry with a leathery covering and a fleshy inside, similar to blueberries. She was discovered by Spanish explorers about 300 years ago and can often be seen wearing red, black, yellow, pink, and purple skins. She contains powerful antioxidants known as poly-phenols, which can work to slow or prevent many types of cancer.