As you can see, the hala fruit is somewhat like an exploded planet or mutated pineapple, making it one of the most opulent-looking fruits on the planet.
The Hala fruit grows on a fragrant screw palm with a spiky trunk that grows between 5 – 11 meters. It is heard that historically the hala fruit fibres were sometimes used as natural floss.
The halal fruit can be found growing in the Pacific region and commercial in Indonesia.
Flavours & Texture
It doesn't disappoint, it tastes like a sweet but mild pineapple with mango and banana undertones
Pull the segments off the core and then squeeze the sweet flesh out with your teeth, the fruit can also be cooked and used in deserts as truly unique desert topping.
per 100g serving -
Dietary Fiber: 3.5g
Vitamin C: 5mg