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fruit cup

n
(Cookery) a variety of fruits served in a cup or glass as an appetizer or dessert
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
fruit cocktail, fruit cup, fruit salad - Fruit cocktail (1922) is a mixture of sliced or diced fruits, and it is synonymous with fruit cup (1931); fruit salad (1861) is a salad composed of fruits.
See also related terms for salad.
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Van Kesel's elaborately titled Still Life with Fruits, Flowers, Game and Fish (Vase of flowers, furred and feathered game, fruit cups with a guinea pig and a parrot)will be shown later in the spring.
Naturipe Farms of Salinas, Calif., is going after the on-the-go market with its Naturipe Snacks fresh fruit cups that include several combinations of blueberries, grapes and apples.
With information gleaned from baseline data and input from nursing, Sodexo chefs and dietitians crafted menus that included salads, wraps, fruit cups and vegetable snack packs.
They worked together to hand out fruit cups and make sure all the classes, from nursery to P7, were fed.
When the rest of the cast wants to hit Taco Bell (again), you could run over to the grocery store to grab prepared foods, like a rotisserie chicken, fruit cups, or whole-grain bread and peanut butter.
Started in 1983, SunMoon has grown its product offering to over 100 product types, including fresh fruits, vegetables, freeze-dried fruit snacks, nuts, fruit cups, fruit sticks, juices, sorbets, frozen fruits and assorted water packaged under its own brand.
For its part, CVS Health reopened a renovated store in Manhattan last summer with a new front-end layout designed to offer quicker access to food offerings, some of which were presented in a freestanding refrigerated display adjacent to checkout that held an assortment of snacks and beverages, including juice, yogurt, snack bars, trail mix, hummus and fruit cups. Just beyond that display were open wall coolers that had signage reading "Fresh, Fast and Ready to Go" and contained salads, sandwiches, cheese, eggs, yogurt, milk, butter, refrigerated meat and more beverage selections.
Requested items include snack foods such as pudding and fruit cups to personal hygiene supplies such as razors and toothpaste.
Items such as deli sandwiches, deli salads, fruit cups and veggie trays all are applicable items for once-per-week delivery locations.
Pass up packaged fruit cups and pouches with high fructose corn syrup or added sugar, as well as artificial sweeteners, such as sucralose and acesulfame potassium, and sorbitol, a reduced-calorie sweetener that can cause diarrhea when consumed in high amounts.
Cost is $2 for a plate of pancakes, sausage, coffee, juice, fruit cups and tea breads.