What is the most consumed fruit in Mexico?


Mexico is a country rich in fruits of all shapes, colors and flavors. What is the favorite fruit of Mexicans?

Fruits are necessary in the daily diet of human beings. They provide us with nutrients and vitamins; minerals and antioxidants, energy and even water, and their consumption is essential for health.

Fruits hydrate the skin and our vital organs, provide salts to the body, are an easy and accessible food for the picky eaters, and are also a source of natural sugar.

Mexico is a country rich in fruits and vegetables of all kinds. Exotic fruits, unique fruits, fruits of all colors, shapes and flavors. Fruits such as pitayas and tunas, which are born from the organs of cacti, fruits such as avocado that are already an international delight.

Fruits adorn our homes, they are a flash of color and life in the markets, in the tianguis, in the corner stores. But, what is the most consumed fruit in our country?

What is the most consumed fruit in Mexico?

It is not just one. According to the Government of Mexico, the most consumed fruits in our country are orange, lemon, pineapple, grapefruit, strawberry, watermelon, pear, peach, grape, papaya and mango. In turn, the World Health Organization (WHO) indicates that each individual should consume, per year, 59 kilos of fruit for optimal functioning of our body.

Source: El Informador