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Did you know the degree of a honeydew’s sweetness depends on when it was harvested? Melons that are allowed to ripen on the vine and picked just before full maturation have the best flavor. The main nutrients found in honeydew melon include: B vitamins, niacin, thiamine Vitamin C, copper, and potassium.
Native to tropical Southeast Asia, rambutan is commonly grown in various countries throughout the region. Rambutan produces fruit two times per year. It starts to produce fruit 5 to 6 years after planting, with each tree producing 5,000 to 6,000 fruit per season.
Did you know that Guavas have been around for so long that their origins have been lost? They contain 4 times the Vitamin C of oranges and are also rich in Vitamins B1 and A. Guava starts to produce fruit about 2 to 8 years after planting. The fruit has a strong, lemon-like musky odor. The rind can be bitter or sweet, while the flesh has a creamy texture and sweet tart like taste. Under the optimal climate conditions, guava produces fruit 2 times per year.
Young Thai Coconut
Did you know Young Thai Coconuts have more Vitamin C than orange juice? Coconut meat can be used in confections and desserts. The coconut palm (Cocos nucifera) can grow up to 98 ft tall so watch out if you’re ever under a coconut tree!
Dragon fruit, rich in nutrients and low in calories may be beneficial for fighting chronic illnesses, improving gut health, and boosting immunity. It is high in fiber as well as various vitamins and minerals including manganese and iron.
Star fruit or Carambola, is a sweet and sour fruit that has the shape of a five point star. The skin is edible and the flesh has a mild, sour flavor that makes it popular in a number of dishes. The star fruit is yellow or green in color. It comes in two main varieties, a smaller sour variety, and a larger sweeter one.
Drischoll strawberries are handpicked at peak ripeness to meet strict quality standards. Never genetically modified, these strawberries are best served at room temperature to enhance natural flavor.
Tropical countries as well as sub-tropical countries produce 20 million metric tons of mangos every year. The color of the mango fruit is never an indicator of being ripe. Unripe mangos can easily ripen at room temperature within a few days. A ripe mango if stored at room temperature can last for a week or two.
Did you know citrus plants originated in Southeast Asia? They are high in antioxidants and add a great balance of acid to any dish.