Move Over, Pineapple—Here's the Next Trending Fruit

Bearing resemblance to a common strawberry, this bizarre fruit stands out thanks to its milky-white skin and red seeds. Discovered growing wild in Chile, pineberries are often compared to pineapples in flavor and only entered the U.S. market in 2012. 

With its plump, dark red exterior, this easy-to-grow garden fruit is often likened to a raspberry. While it’s said to have been around for over 100 years, the ancient berry is still unknown to many. 

Want to try a designer berry? Sample a White Carolina Pineberry Plant ($26) and tell us what you think.