In common language usage, Fruit is the sweet or sour , fleshy, edible part of a plant that are eaten raw, although some varieties can be cooked. They come in a wide variety of colours, shapes and flavours.
Common types of fruits include:
Pomes (Fruits have a “core” of several small seeds, surrounded by a tough membrane. The membrane is encased in an edible layer of flesh)
Drupes or stone fruits (Thin skinned, fleshy fruits containing a single large seed encased within a tough outer shell)
Citrus (Citrus is a category of fruit that has a thick rind and pulpy center. The flesh of a citrus fruit is divided into segments, and those segments are filled with juices. The rind is full of oils, which is where the aromatics and extracts for citrus come from)
Tropical (Tropical fruits are defined as fruits that are grown in hot and humid regions covering most of the tropical and subtropical areas of Asia, Africa, Central America, South America, the Caribbean and Oceania)
Berries (A berry is a small, pulpy, and often edible fruit. Typically, berries are juicy, rounded, brightly colored, sweet, sour or tart, and do not have a stone or pit, although many pips or seeds may be present)