The majority of commercially consumed bananas are seedless. They reproduce through cloning rather than seeds.
Most table grapes are seedless, cultivated through selective breeding to eliminate seeds.
There are varieties of watermelon cultivated to be seedless, making them easier to eat.
These are a type of mandarin orange that often comes without seeds.
Some varieties of oranges like the Navel orange are seedless due to a genetic mutation.
There are also seedless lemon varieties cultivated for their pulp and juice.
Some cultivars of persimmons are seedless or contain very few seeds.
Although rare, some apple varieties are practically seedless due to low seed counts.