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Cookbook | Ingredients | Units of measurement

A punnet is a small container in which fruit is sold, sometimes also vegetables (e.g., bean sprouts). The term is primarily used in Commonwealth countries including the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand.

Sizes may vary, typically being an Imperial pint but may vary in weight from 250g to 500g.