TORONTO -- According to the United Nations, this Canadian city is one of the most diverse in the world. That diversity is reflected in the variety of fresh fruits and vegetables offered by area supermarkets. The produce departments visited on a recent tour of supermarkets here, sponsored by the Produce Marketing Association, Newark, Del., boasted items such as malangas, yucca, golden raspberries, fresh figs, cheyote, Belgian endive and more -- representing a wide world of fruits and ...

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