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Each pineapple plant produces just one pineapple per year.
 

Chiquita® Pineapples

Our second-most-popular fruit
When you see the Chiquita Blue Label, it’s your assurance that the Chiquita pineapple has met the strictest of standards and is of the highest quality.
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More about Chiquita Pineapples
 

Fresh Tastes Best®

Pineapples weren’t meant to fit in a can. That’s why Chiquita pineapples are picked fresh, shipped fresh, and ready to eat fresh. Whole, fresh Chiquita pineapples are the tastiest, most-nutritious way to enjoy these regal fruits.

Fun Facts About Chiquita pineapples

Chiquita pineapples take about 18 months to grow.

A single Chiquita pineapple is actually a multiple fruit made up of berries that are all connected together.

Chiquita pineapples are picked by hand, and they’re stacked and shipped upside down in order to protect the fruit from bruising.

Chiquita pineapples are tested in the field to ensure they are picked at the peak of sweetness. Once they are picked, the pineapple will no longer ripen. While skin color may be an indicator of the color of the pulp, it is not a good indicator of sweetness.

Chiquita pineapples are chill-sensitive and should not be stored in the refrigerator.

Using a sharp kitchen knife, cut off the top of the pineapple and then slice the body in half.
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Nutrition Facts
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Chiquita pineapples contain 50% of the Daily Value of Vitamin C. Vitamin C contributes to the reduction of fatigue; helps develop and maintain skin, bones, cartilage, blood vessels, gums and teeth, while reducing free radicals and protecting cells from oxidative damage.

Chiquita pineapple contains 131% of the Daily Value of Manganese. Manganese helps maintain healthy bones, protects cells from oxidative damage and contributes to a normal energy metabolism.

Serving Tips
 

Make fruit kabobs using Chiquita pineapple chunks, Chiquita® bananas, grapes and berries.

For a healthy frozen treat, try frozen Chiquita pineapple spears on a stick.

Serve meat entrees, such as ham or chicken, with Chiquita pineapple.

For fresh fruit salads, mix Chiquita pineapple chunks with Chiquita bananas, apples or pears. The pineapple helps keep the rest of the fruit from turning brown.

Add fresh, crushed Chiquita pineapple to coleslaw and cottage cheese.

Chiquita® Pineapple Recipes
 
Grilled Ham and Cheese
Prep Time: 15 minutes
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