Um. Those white "bugs" are shed/molted skins of the red and yellow-green bugs -- aphids. I think I see a bit of blossom end rot (BER) on the last fruit you are holding up, but the others look to me more like cat-facing -- partly due to cold snap/temp fluctuation during pollination and fruit setting/formation. Also could be due to uneven/incomplete pollination due to weather conditions, clumped pollen, or possibly aphid infestation on blossoms.
BER is caused by interruption in calcium uptake during fruit set/formation -- soil calcium levels, uneven watering, micronutrient deficiency/imbalance.....
Aphids shouldn't be a serious problem -- shooting with water, hand squishing, mild soapy water, controlling ant activity.... before you reach for anything that will kill them, check and see if beneficial predators are already working among the herd.
This morning, I clipped off an infested leaf, only to find that there were already aphid mummies among the aphids.
...be sure you are not using too much nitrogen in your fertilizer, extra green makes the plants more attractive to aphids.
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