You’ve probably noticed that supermarkets are now selling fruit snacks that are made with fruits grown in other countries.
That is because it’s cheaper to buy fruits grown here than in other parts of the world.
But fruit snacks have always been a luxury.
Because they don’t contain the fruit that you would normally buy at the supermarket.
They contain the flavourings and other additives that you might find in a supermarket, but which are not found in the fruits you would typically buy at home.
Some fruit snacks contain as much as 40 per cent fruit sugar, a product that is not normally present in fruits from other parts.
But there is a simple reason for this: fruit from the same country can taste different from one another.
The flavourings, preservatives and chemicals in fruit are not present in the same way in fruit from another country as they are in the fruit you would buy at a supermarket.
What’s more, there is no way of telling whether a fruit is grown in the United States or in another country.
When you buy fruit at a local supermarket, you might think it is a good deal.
However, if you buy it from a foreign fruit retailer, you may be paying much more than what you would pay for it in your home country.
The problem is that the differences between fruit grown in a country like the US and the same fruit grown elsewhere can be quite subtle.
And this is especially true when buying a product with fruit from different regions of the globe.
This article uses the words “fresh” and “sour” interchangeably.
It’s a guide to help you find what you need when you’re buying fruit at the grocery store.
If you’re in the UK, try the following guide to fruit snacks: what’s in fruit and how much?