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What kind of fruit is that?
Mamey sapote is a large and highly ornamental evergreen tree that can reach a height of 15 to 45 meters at maturity. In Florida, the fruit is harvested from May to July with some cultivars available all year. The fruit's texture is creamy and soft, the flavor is a mix of sweet potato, pumpkin, honey, prune, peach, apricot, cantaloupe, cherry, and almond. The fruit is eaten raw or made into milkshakes, smoothies, ice cream and fruit bars. It can be used to produce marmalade and jelly.
What is the largest apple producer in the world?
According to the FAO data from 2014, the apple production leader is China - 40 924 707 (tonnes),US takes second place - 5 185 078 (tons), third Poland - 3 195 299 (tons).
Which fruit is this?
Jabuticaba is a tree native to Minas Gerais and São Paulo states in Brazil. It is grown for its purplish-black, white-pulped fruits resembling grapes. They can be eaten raw or be used to make juice, jellies, jams, wines and liqueurs.
What fruit is that?
The babaco is a hybrid cultivar, between mountain papaya and toronche, from Ecuador. Unlike the related papaya, it produces only female flowers. The babaco fruit is seedless and the smooth skin can be eaten, and is said to have tastes of strawberry, papaya, kiwi and pineapple.
Pitaya (Dragon fruit) is also called;
The fruit of Israel
Queen of the day
A Pitaya - Strawberry Pear is the fruit of several cactus species indigenous to the Americas. Pitaya usually refers to the fruit of the genus Stenocereus, while pitahaya or dragon fruit refers to the fruit of the genus Hylocereus. Common names; pitahaya, dragon fruit, night blooming Cereus, Strawberry Pear, Belle of the Night, Cinderella Plant, Jesus in the Cradle
What is the name of that plant, which fruit and leaves are widely used in Southeast Asian cuisine?
Mauritius papeda is a citrus fruit native to tropical Asia. Its rind and crushed leaves emit an intense citrus fragrance, and are used in many Southeast Asian cuisines such as Thai, Lao, Cambodian and Vietnamese. The plant is also used in perfumery, and in some countries in traditional medicine.
Where did oranges originate from?
China and East Asia
Orange species come from China and East Asia. Sweet oranges were mentioned in Chinese literature in 314 BC. As of 1987, orange trees were found to be the most cultivated fruit trees in the world. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit.