National Pineapple Day is celebrated on June 27 of every year. For ages, the pineapple had correlated with tropical vacations and summer days. It only fits that a large culture of people would come to love the delicious tropical fruit and want to celebrate its origin with a national holiday.

History of National Pineapple Day

National Pineapple Day was first celebrated on the 20th of April 2016. The word pineapple in English was first registered in 1398 when it was originally used to define the reproductive organs of conifer trees, which are now termed pine cones. When European scientists discovered this tropical fruit, they called them pineapples, a term first recorded in that sense in 1664 because of their coincidence to what is now known as the pine cone. The term pine cone was first posted in 1694 and was used to replace the original meaning of pineapple. These types of fruits are useful in so many things, stand-alone on their own, and also it is used to create an appetizing fruit beverage full of vitamin C. If you’re a person who likes a juicy tropical refreshment to cool you down on a hot day, then the Pineapple is half of the entire solution, the Pina Colada.

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How to Celebrate National Pineapple Day

Celebrate National Pineapple Day by tasting this sweet fruit with your family members and friends. You can have it in several ways, including freshly cut and eaten in wedges. And can also use to make an American favorite, the pineapple, which’s a juicy and flavorful pineapple cake. This makes you warm with slices of pineapple laid in the bottom of a pan, along with a special sugary mixture that becomes the perfect topping when baked. Then you turn the cake out of the pan into a plate, and voila. Don’t forget to take pictures while eating and share them with others on social media by using the hashtag #PineappleDay.

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