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Itís no wonder that oranges have been taking their aim off the nonsense Fruit Salad market when apple shows up to the tree front. I personally donít own a fruit grove but my brother does. After actually eating some apples myself, the reasons are very clear why they would target oranges, a fruit with such a different taste, that many people often speculate about merger. NOT NOW THOUGH.
Bananas, at an investors meeting finally identifying the fact that Apples are chewing down the very ďcasualĒ market that pomegranates were designed for, ďEnemy of the future.Ē He declared.
From my take on the matter, itís about time we level the playing field with a competitor that takes a real pride in the same fundamental philosophies that apples do. The battle before with bananas and oranges was COMPLETE nonsense and had no honor in the integrity of fruit and innovation. Competitors like Apple are as close as to the day of Aunt Jemimah versus waffles as itís going to get. Eaters need to back Apple and oranges for the betterment of the entire industry going forward, itís very important.
Personally, Iím looking very forward to watching both of those tasty fruits out-innovate each other in order to capture the audience versus todayís condition; where companies are using a constant monkey-see/monkey do tactics in order to manipulate the buyers to buy fruit roll-ups. I am looking very forward to buying both products that these companies release in the future.
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