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Uniquely Australian fruit

This article was originally published in Foodnews

AUSTRALIAN scientists have bred Australian Jubilee, the first pineapple that the country can truly call its own, reports ABC News. Garth Sanewski, a horticulturalist with the Queensland Department of Innovation, led a 15-year project to breed the fruit, claimed not only to look and taste better, but also to have a higher concentration of vitamin C than other pineapples, at about 25mg per 100ml of juice. The seasonal fruit will be available in supermarkets until November.

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