ExoticFruitsUK Feijoa
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Feijoa (Acca sellowiana) is a species of flowering plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. It is native in South America, specifically in the areas of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Colombia. It is a warm-temperate to subtropical plant but it can also grow in tropics. The fruit has a green colour, ellipsoid shape, and its size is similar to a chicken egg. 


The fruit is native in South America but it was introduced in Europe in late 19th century and in California in early 20th century. Later it was also introduced in Australia and in New Zealand.


Apart from South America, feijoa is cultured in Australia, New Zealand, Iran, Azerbaijan, Russia, and Georgia.  

Flavours & Texture

The fruit has a sweet and aromatic flavour, which tastes like pineapple, apple, and mint. Its flesh is juicy and is divided into a clear, gelatinous seed pulp and a firmer, slightly granular, opaque flesh nearer the skin. Its texture is gritty and it resembles the texture of guava.


In order to eat a feijoa cut it in half and scoop out the inside creamy white flesh.  You can eat it raw, make a jam, and use it in deserts or even in smoothies. 

Nutritional Value

Feijoa is very low in calories but high in fiber and vitamin C.

Calories per 100 g

44 kcal


0.4 g


8.0 g


3.0 g


0.6 g


3 mg

Vitamin C

64% RDI