Fruit and Nutry: Where are the Dates?

The fruit of the dates tree is one of the most popular fruits in the world.

But it’s one of those fruits that can be hard to get, and in the US, you have to be willing to pay a fortune for them.

That’s why I was surprised to learn that, at least in the United States, there’s a whole lot of fruit on sale in the grocery store.

This fruit has become a staple of the US diet, and is an expensive fruit to get.

In fact, in the year 2016, the United Nations estimated that about 60% of all fruits and vegetables sold in the U.S. came from countries where the fruit was forbidden.

While it’s easy to get a fruit at your local grocery store, there are some very big hurdles to getting a fruit from a country where the product is banned.

You have to buy a whole bunch of them.

The good news is that, thanks to the Internet, you can buy a bunch of fruit for less than the cost of a month’s supply of milk.

The bad news is, this fruit has a long history.

According to the USDA, the first dates came from India around 3,500 years ago.

It was imported to the United Kingdom, where it was introduced into the food supply in the mid-1600s.

After the British introduced dates to the U!

K., dates went to many countries around the world, including India.

By the mid 1800s, dates had been introduced to Europe and the United states.

The British introduced the first date to France in 1806, and they brought the first one to the US in 1819.

The first dates in the British Empire came in the late 1800s.

The dates in America started in 1839.

So, you’ve got dates in England in the 19th century, in France in the early 20th century.

Dates were introduced to the Americas in the 1950s and 1960s, and were brought to the States in the 1980s.

But dates haven’t been banned in the American food supply for much longer than dates have.

According in the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service, dates have been legal in the country since at least 1787.

This is when the United Fruit Company was founded, and dates were the only fruit they sold.

In the 1800s and early 1900s, the dates were one of their major revenue streams.

By 1905, the date was sold as the most profitable product in the company’s history.

The company started selling dates in 1867, and it was only in 1909 that the date’s monopoly was broken up.

But in 1915, Congress passed the Agricultural Marketing Act, which banned the sale of dates.

This was because dates were considered to be an addictive drug.

It made it illegal to sell dates for consumption by children under the age of 12.

But there were still plenty of people who used dates, so Congress did the next best thing.

It banned dates from sale to any state, and made it a crime to sell or offer for sale any date that was illegal.

In 1925, Congress repealed the law and allowed the sale and purchase of dates, and so dates went from being a novelty to an established commodity in the nation.

Today, dates are one of America’s most popular fruit, but their origins go back more than a century.

The origins of dates dates date back to the 1600s.

When the British took over India from the French, they started making dates from seeds.

They then brought dates from India to the colonies, and the colonists decided to import dates from Europe.

They were allowed to export dates to Europe, and to some extent, date crops like date peas were exported to the Colonies as well.

The U.K. started importing dates from France in 1865.

The year 1865 was also the year dates began to be used as a food product in Britain.

Dates became the basis of the British breakfast cereal.

The cereal became popular in Britain because of its health benefits, and because it was cheap.

So when the British decided to make dates from dates, they also began making the cereal with dates, but this time, dates were not imported from Europe but were sourced from India.

So by the 1920s, British and U. S. farmers had started importing and making dates.

By then, dates also became the main ingredient in other food products, like chocolate, coffee, coffee and tea.

By 1950, dates was one of 20 ingredients in all the food and beverage products sold in America.

That includes, of course, dates.

But the popularity of dates in food products didn’t end there.

After World War II, dates became the cornerstone ingredient in chocolate, chocolate-flavored candy, and other food and beverages.

The popularity of chocolate dates in this period led to the creation of chocolate flavored gum, which was sold under the name chocolate flavored chewing gum.

And now, in 2020, chocolate flavored candy is one the most widely used and most profitable