On this day, and in this thread, people have gathered from around the world to draw a long overdue conclusion on which is the is the greatest of the fruits, and the most relevant to the problems the world faces today.
Without any further ado, let me introduce the Apple: Hailing from central Asia and weighing an average of 150 grams, our friend the Apple comes in an astonishing 7500+ cultivars, each with their own flavour. Covered in a nutritious and edible skin, the apple is an abundant source of antioxidants, and a well known repellent to the 'Common Doctor'. Aside from the direct consumption of the raw fruit, Apple is extremely popular in drinks, pies, cakes and other processed foodstuffs. The name of our current champion and crowd favourite is so well known that for hundreds of years almost all foreign fruit were simply referred to as Apples!
On the other side of the debate is our challenger the Orange: A native of south east Asia and weighing approximately 280 grams, The Orange is a much less diverse fruit, only having 4 widely recognised varieties. Sweet yet acidic, the orange is an excellent source of vitamin C. Widely consumed as a juice, the orange is also used as a form of natural flavouring, and it's rind is considered a wonderful treat when candied, or Glacéd.
So there you have it folks; the ultimate question laid out for YOU to decide.
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