French Fruits and Vegetables

In this section you will be able to find the most complete and useful Vocabulary words of French fruits and vegetables that will help you to improve your vocabulary in a short time.


France, owner of one of the largest economies in Europe and the world is blessed with a territory that represents approximately one third of the total agricultural space contained in the European Union. It grows and exports a great number of agricultural goods, including cereals like wheat, oats, barley, and corn; fruits like apples, grapes (mainly used to make wine), pears, peaches, cherries; vegetables like red onions, cucumbers, leeks, carrots, cauliflower, beans, potatoes; and other products like olives, sugar beets, soy, mushrooms, rape plants (Brassica napus, used to make vegetable oil) and sunflowers. The main destination for these items is the United States, after other fellow countries of the European Union.

 


Following is a list of the most popular fruits and vegetables translated from English to French:

 

 

ENGLISH

FRENCH

Fruits

(les) Fruits

Apple

(la) Pomme

Apricot

(l’) Abricot

Banana

(la) Banane

Blackberry

(la) Mûre

Blueberry

(la) Myrtille

Cherry

(la) Cerise

Fig

(la) Figue

Grapes

(les) Raisins

Lemon

(le) Citron

Mango

(la) Mangue

Orange

(la) Orange

Papaya

(la) Papaye

Peach

(la) Pêche

Pear

(la) Poire

Pineapple

(l’) Ananas

Plum

(la) Prune

Raspberry

(la) Framboise

Strawberry

(la) Fraise

Vegetables

(les) Légumes

Asparagues

(l’) Asperge

Avocado

(l’) Avocat

Barley

(l’) Orge

Beans

(les) Haricots

Bell pepper

(le) Poivron

Carrot

(la) Carotte

Cauliflower

(le) Chou-fleur

Corn

(le) Maïs

Cucumber

(le) Concombre

Garlic

(l’) Ail

Leek

(le) Poireau

Lettuce

(la) Laitue

Mushrooms

(les) Champignons

Oat

(l’) Avoine

Onion

(l’) Oignon

Peas

(les) Petit pois

Potato

(la) Pomme de terre

Pumpkin

(le) Potiron

Radish

(le) Radis

Rhubarb

(la) Rhubarbe

Rice

(le) Riz

Scallion

(l’) Échalote

Tomato

(la) Tomate

Turnip

(le) Navet

Wheat

(le) Froment

Olive

(l’) Olive

Zucchini

(la) Courgette


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