Canned Crushed Pineapple
We put three supermarket pineapple products to the test, sampling them both plain and in baked goods.
What We Learned
Buying a can of pineapple is a convenient way to eat the fruit without tangling with its spiky green fronds and eye-riddled peel. We use the crushed version in recipes that don’t require whole rings or large chunks. But we had a question: If it’s just fresh fruit, cut up and canned, are there noticeable differences from product to product? On supermarket shelves, we found three nati...