Berries A to Z

Based on the hints, enter a berry that begins with each letter of the alphabet
-This list includes fruits that are botanically berries, as well as non-berry fruits referred to as "berries" in common english speech.
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Letter
Hint
Answer
A
A small, dark purple fruit often marketed as a health food
Acai berry
B
A long, soft fruit which grows in very large bunches and is not typically thought of as a berry
Banana
C
A berry closely related to the gooseberry that comes in white, yellow, red, and black varieties
Currant
D
A fruit closely related to the blackberry which grows in the wild across the Pacific Northwest
Dewberry
E
A small, sweet, deep purple fruit which grows in large clusters and is often served dried or in preserves. This berry is also featured in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Elderberry
F
The small, inedible, black berry of a leathery shrub which is native to the American Midwest
Farkleberry
G
An oblong, red berry native to the Himalayas and noted for its high antioxidant content
Goji berry
H
A small fruit closely resembling a blueberry which is native to the Pacific Northwest
Huckleberry
I
A fruit which visually resembles a very small plum and which can be eaten by humans but is often planted to attract birds
Indian Plum
J
The bitter, berry-like fruit of an evergreen which is unpalatable raw, but often processed into wine or preserves
Juniper berry
K
A hybrid between blackberries and raspberries which is similar to marionberries and noted for its high tolerance for cold
Kotata berry
L
A glossy red berry whose preserves are a major feature in Scandinavian and Northern European cuisine
Lingonberry
Letter
Hint
Answer
M
An aggregate fruit which resembles a blackberry, but is noted for its length, often exceeding four centimeters. The bush which sources these fruits features in a nursery rhyme.
Mulberry
N
A small, juicy blue-black fruit with thick skin, which grows primarily in the wild
Nannyberry
O
The pale blue fruit of a holly-like evergreen. This fruit also shares its name with a US state to which it is native.
Oregon Grape
P
A softball-sized red fruit whose name means "rock apple" in French
Pomegranate
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R
The fruit of a romantic flower, often used in tea or medicine
Rose Hip
S
A light pink aggregate fruit which resembles raspberries in taste and appearance
Salmonberry
T
A usually-red fruit, the classification of which was the subject of an 1893 US supreme court case
Tomato
U
A fruit native to Chile and Argentina which is also called a Chilean guava or strawberry myrtle
Ugni berry
V
 
W
A very large fruit with a thick, green skin and red flesh
Watermelon
X
A cultivar of the above, and also the Chinese word for it
Xigua
Y
A spherical, firm crimson fruit also known as a Chinese bayberry or waxberry which features numerous blackberry-like seeds
Yangmei
Z
A squash which is the namesake of a well-known bread recipe
Zucchini
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