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Pineapple is a quintessential tropical fruit, evoking images of relaxing beaches, swaying palm trees and refreshing umbrella-topped cocktails. The fruit is well liked in India, though it is not a feature of many dishes as it is in other Asian countries like Thailand and Malaysia. 

As explained in the book, “History of Food,” Pineapple’s origin is Brazil and Paraguay. Europe’s first knowledge of the fruit came about when Columbus came to Guadaloupe in 1493, and word since spread to the Spanish and Portuguese voyagers. When the Spanish brought the pineapple to Charles V during his reign between 1500 and 1558, he found the fruit utterly disgusting (partly due to its spoilage while in transit).  Like so many other fruits, however, it quickly became en vogue in Europe’s aristocratic green houses by the late 18th century.

India has grown the fruit for centuries: In 1548, the Portuguese traders brought seeds to India after visiting the nearby Indonesian islands. In fact, missionaries from Australia first imported their plants from India’s soils during the early 1800s.

Pineapple grows in the country’s humid, high-rainfall regions along the Southern peninsula and the hilly areas in Northeastern India. Areas that grow the fruit on a large scale commercially include Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, Mizoram, West Bengal, Karnataka, Kerala, and Goa; to a lesser scale, Gujarat, Orissa, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.

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