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Where do bananas originally come from? Rainforests of Asia
Where do potatoes originally come from? Andes Mountains in Peru
Where does asparagus originally come from? Mediterranean Greece
Where do oranges originally come from? Rainforests of China
Where does corn originally come from? Temperate America
Where do tomatoes originally come from? South America
Where do avocados originally come from? Rainforests of Mexico
Where do Macadamia nuts originally come from? Rainforests of Australia
Where do lemons originally come from? Rainforests of India
Where do cashew nuts originally come from? Rainforests of Brazil
Where does squash originally come from? Temperate America
Where do pineapples originally come from? Rainforests of Brazil
Where do yams originally come from? Rainforests of West Africa
Where does the passion fruit originally come from? Rainforests of South America
Where does cinnamon originally come from? Rainforests of Sri Lanka
Where does broccoli originally come from? Mediterranean Italy
Where do coconuts originally come from? Rainforests
Where do brussel sprouts originally come from? Temperate Belgium
Where does chocolate (cacao) originally come from? Rainforests of South America
Where does okra originally come from? Rainforests of West Africa
Where does vanilla originally come from? Rainforests of Central America & Mexico
Where do carrots originally come from? Temperate Afghanistan
Where do cucumbers originally come from? Rainforests of India
Where do peanuts originally come from? Rainforests of South America
Where do mango fruits originally come from? Rainforests of East India
Where do gooseberries originally come from? Temperate Caucasus Mountains in Former Soviet Union
Where does sugar cane originally come from? Rainforests of New Guinea
Where does cabbage originally come from? Temperate Western Europe
Where do coffee beans originally come from? Rainforests of Ethiopia
Where do Bramley apples originally come from? Temperate Great Britain
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