היו לפניו מינין הרבה וכו׳: אמר עולא מחלוקת בשברכותיהן שוות דרבי יהודה סבר מין שבעה עדיף ורבנן סברי מין חביב עדיף אבל בשאין ברכותיהן שוות דברי הכל מברך על זה וחוזר ומברך על זה
The mishna cited a dispute with regard to the order in which one is supposed to recite the blessings when there were many types of food before him. Rabbi Yehuda says: If there is one of the seven species for which Eretz Yisrael was praised among them, he recites the first blessing over it. And the Rabbis say: He recites a blessing over whichever of them he wants. Ulla said: This dispute is specifically in a case where the blessings to be recited over each type of food are the same, as in that case Rabbi Yehuda holds: The type of the seven species takes precedence, and the Rabbis hold: The preferred type takes precedence, and a blessing is recited over it first. However, when their blessings are not the same, everyone agrees that one must recite a blessing over this type of food and then recite another blessing over that, ensuring that the appropriate blessing is recited over each type of food.