Guinep
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Guinep
Place of Origin - South America Introduction Guinep (Melicoccus bijugatus) is a fruit bearing tree native to tropics including South and Central America, and parts of the Caribbean. Guineps grow in bunches, which is, in turn, similar to lychees. They resemble olives...
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Lychee
Introduction Lychee (Litchi chinensis) is a tropical fruit native to China but it is has also been introduced in many Asian countries. In total, there are many subspecies of lychee but only one is cultivated as a source of food....
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Soursop
Introduction Soursop (Annona muricata) is the fruit of a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree. The tree is native to the tropical regions of the Americas. Its fruits range in size and can be quite large as they can grow up to...
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Mango - Julie
Introduction Mango is the fruit of the tropical tree Mangifera indica. Mangoes are tropical fruits and they are regarded as some of the most consumed fruits in the world. Mangoes originated in India approximately 5,000 years ago and they have...
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Long Kong
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Long Kong
Country of Origin - Southeast Asia Average Weight - 25 Grams per unit Introduction Indulge in the captivating flavours of Long Kong, an extraordinary exotic fruit that is sure to delight your taste buds. With its intriguing appearance and delightful taste, Long...
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Dragon Fruit - Golden
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Dragon Fruit - Golden
Origin - Central AmericaClass - Cat 1 Average weight - 650 grams  Introduction Wow, firstly, we've never seen Golden Dragon Fruit this big or this juicy. Not to be confused with the yellow pitahaya, the golden dragon fruit is actually a species of cactus...
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Feijoa
Country of Origin: South AmericaClass / Cat: 1 (Premium Quality)Average Weight: approx 80grams each Introduction Feijoa (Acca sellowiana), also known as the pineapple guava, is a species of flowering plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. It is native to South America, specifically in...
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Burmese Grape
Origin: Asia Introduction Burmese grape (Baccaurea ramiflora) is an evergreen tree native in Asia. It can be found in many Asian regions such as India, Laos, Vietnam, Burma, Bangladesh, Burma, and Cambodia. The fruit of the tree is valued in Asia...
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Apple - Red Rose
Country of Origin: Southeast AsiaAverage Weight: 80 Grams Introduction Rose apples belong to the genus of Syzygium and are originated from Southeast Asia. The most common species of rose apple is Syzygium jambos which has been introduced in many areas both...
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Apple - Stone / Bael
Country of Origin: Bangladesh 🇧🇩Class / Cat: 1 (Premium Quality)Average Weight: 755 Grams Introduction The bael fruit is native to the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. It's slightlly pear-shaped with a thick, hard rind and does not split upon ripening. The woody...
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Breadfruit
Country of Origin: New GuineaClass / Quality: Cat 1Average Weight: 1500 Grams Introduction As the name implies, cooked breadfruit has a similar texture to freshly baked bread…mmm. This fruit is very rich in starch, making it a great addition to savoury...
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Cacao Bean / Pod
Country of Origin - Ecuador 🇪🇨   Class / Cat - I (Premium Quality) Introduction Cacao (Theobroma cacao) is a small evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of Mesoamerica. Cacao tree produces seeds known as cocoa beans which are used in order to produce chocolate,...
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Sweet Santol
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Sweet Santol
Country of Origin - Thailand 🇹🇭   Class / Cat - I (Premium Quality)Weight - 300g Introduction Sweet Santol, also known as the 'wild mangosteen',  santol fruit, Sentul, or cotton fruit, is a round sweet fruit the size of an apple.  New Product - full description coming soon...
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Lulo
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Lulo
Country of Origin - Andean region of South America Average Weight - x Introduction Welcome to the world of luscious flavors and vibrant colors with Lulo, an extraordinary exotic fruit. Lulo, scientifically known as Solanum quitoense, is bursting with tropical goodness, and is...
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Snake fruit - Salak Pondoh
Introduction Snake fruit (Salacca zalacca) is a species of palm tree native to Asia and in particular to Sumatra, Indonesia, and Java. The fruit is cultured in many areas of Indonesia and it took the name snake fruit because of...
£3.50
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