The most lucrative fruit in Italy can be found at the most expensive market in the country.
The most expensive piece of fruit on offer is the haru fruit basket, priced at 4,500 euros ($5,050).
The basket is made of two different fruit, a white melon and a green apple.
It is worth 6,000 euros ($7,150).
The most lucrative piece of the fruit is the welch fruit snack, which can be purchased for 5,500-6,000 euro ($7-10,500).
It comes with a small container of fruit, as well as an assortment of treats including cookies, jam, and jelly.
It is the fruit basket that is the most popular item, as the prices are the highest in the whole country.
According to the Italian food market report from Eurostat, the most costly fruit in the Italian market is the wilch fruit basket at 4:1.
The second most expensive item is the cherries basket, which is worth 3,500 euro ($4,020).