You can't buy fruit this bright
That's fresh off one of my pineapple plants.
The funny thing: these plants were started with the tops of standard store-bought pineapples, yet the flavor of the fruit they produce is far superior to the fruit we originally bought. They're also a lot less acid.
Bonus: Bright, fully ripe, fresh fruit is a lot better for you than the dull, under-ripe, aging produce you find in the store.
I recently got a whole bunch of improved commercial pineapple plants for my nursery. When you plant tops, you get smaller fruit than when you plant a vegetatively propagated variety... but if you pick up one of these, you'll get big fruit. Either way, plant some pineapples!
If I'm growing pineapple up here in North Florida with almost no work... what's stopping you folks further south? Stick a few dozen around your yard and wait. They'll fruit - I can almost guarantee it.
Pineapples are a boon for lazy gardeners... and they're simply amazing to eat fresh.