Natural fruits

NATURAL FRUITS. The natural production of trees, bushes, and other plants, for the use of men and animals, and for the reproduction of such trees, bushes or plants.
     2. This expression is used in contradistinction to artificial or figurative fruits; for example, apples, peaches and pears are natural fruits; interest is the fruit of money, and this is artificial.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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A given order of events has no power to secure to him the satisfaction which the imagination attaches to it; the soul of goodness escapes from any set of circumstances; whilst prosperity belongs to a certain mind, and will introduce that power and victory which is its natural fruit, into any order of events.
She was very showy, but she was not genuine: she had a fine person, many brilliant attainments; but her mind was poor, her heart barren by nature: nothing bloomed spontaneously on that soil; no unforced natural fruit delighted by its freshness.
We have to use 'Genetic Engineering' and quite huge modification of cultivation 'agriculture' because Edible By-Products are dependent upon natural fruits and vegetables.
The report alleged labour abuses detailed at a processing plant owned by the firm and led to several companies terminating their contracts with Natural Fruits.
He said that the flavours of mango, strawberry, sapota and all such fruits are very much present as prescribed in the ice creams as real, natural fruits are being used in the preparation.
The organic range also includes juices made from natural fruits (not concentrates) with no added sweeteners; puffed rice cereal; whole wheat flake chocolate cereal; cereal bars with chocolate chips, chocolate biscuits (with wheat bran for increased fibre); mini biscuits for cereals and high cereal biscuits.
A tablespoonful contains a 300 mg dose of Neptune Krill Oil "NKO" with natural fruits and no added preservatives, sugar or artificial flavors.
"This is a natural partnership; we are merging Milne's technology and sales and marketing capabilities with Graceland's natural fruits into a new source for juice concentrates," Don Nugent, Graceland's president and chief executive officer, explained.
However, they are actually soft drinks containing natural fruits, fine herbal extracts, and lightly sparkling spring water.
Ame's distinct taste is attributed to its subtle combination of natural fruits, herbal extracts, and gently sparkling water.
The juices are made with natural fruits and vegetables and contain no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.