They are all so good and healthy, however I would like to mention a point I think we should have in mind: it is better to consume fruits (and any other product) which has been grown as near as possible to our home. The transport of tropical fruits from far countries needs a lot of energy (fossil) and therefore pollutes our environment.
Besides, the control of pesticides in developing countries is often not satisfactory at all (to express it kindly), the fruits and vegetables arrive clean at our country (tests have been undertaken) but the workers of the plantations of origin are frequently exposed to the chemicals without any protection and have also no possibility to chage their working conditions.
Some may object that a reduction of the consumption of fruits from tropical distant countries could have a negative effect, the loss of jobs, for the native workers but if we manage to get rid of this dependency from eating any fruit year round our governments would be able to exercise some pressure on the responsible law makers of the producing countries.
We have gotten used to eat all year round any type of fruit and have forgotten to consume acording to the season of the year which allows to get the best quality because of natural ripening with the consequent improvement in flavour and taste.
Besides, it should be our aim and effort to support our local farmers, first of all those who are struggling to produce sustainable, pesticide and transgenic free products which is a nearly impossible task for them without our collaboration.