Why do apples float? Because 25% of an apple’s volume is air.
Americans eat 19.6 pounds or about 65 fresh apples every year.
In the United States, Denmark and Sweden, an apple (polished) is a traditional gift for a teacher. This stemmed from the fact that teachers during the 16th to 18th centuries were poorly paid, so parents would compensate the teacher by providing food. As apples were a very common crop, teachers would often be given baskets of apples by students. As wages increased, the gift was reduced to a single fruit.
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