10 Fruits You Shouldn't Refrigerate

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Bananas:

Keep them at room temperature until they reach the desired ripeness, then use or store them in the refrigerator if needed.

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Avocados: 

Avocados ripen best at room temperature. Refrigerating unripe avocados can slow down the ripening process.

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Tomatoes:

Refrigerating tomatoes can affect their flavor and texture, causing them to become mealy and lose their natural sweetness.

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Oranges:

However, you can prolong their freshness by storing them in the refrigerator if you won't use them within a few days.

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Peaches: 

Peaches should be stored at room temperature until they are fully ripe and fragrant. Refrigerating unripe peaches can delay the ripening process.

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Mangoes:

Once ripe, they can be stored in the refrigerator to slow down the ripening process and extend their shelf life.

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Pineapples:

Refrigerating unripe pineapples can halt the ripening process, while refrigerating ripe pineapples can affect their flavor and texture.

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Plums:

Once ripe, you can refrigerate them to prolong their freshness, but they may lose some of their juiciness and flavor.

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Kiwi:

Kiwi should be stored at room temperature until they are fully ripe. Once ripe, you can refrigerate them to extend their shelf life.

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Melons:

Once cut, you can refrigerate them to keep them fresh, but they may lose some of their flavor and sweetness.

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