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h Varieties of Mandarin take up approximately 50% of citrus crops produced in India.

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Don't be fooled by appearances. Although it is called a Mammee Apple, it's actually a berry reaching up to about 20 cm in diameter! Berry large in my opinion. =)

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Scratching the surface skin of Mamey Sapote is way to tell if they're ripe. For more tips and facts on this fruit check out this video.

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In an attempt to divert birds away from their coffee crops, some farmers plant malay apples near their plantations.

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It probably won't get more confusing than this fruit. Madrono means "strawberry" in Spanish, looks like a bumpy lemon and is related to mangosteens!

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It probably won't get more confusing than this fruit. Madrono means "strawberry" in Spanish, looks like a bumpy lemon and is related to mangosteens!

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Once you get past the pungent cheesy smell of its fuzzy skin, it is said Mabolo is quite the sweet treat!

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Sweeter Ma-praang has recently gained commercial popularity in Thailand. The country has steadily pushed the global export of the fruit described as a smaller version of a mango.

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Here is more on Lúcuma and how to make dairy-free ice cream out of it!

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Louvi is native to Africa, South Asia, and the Pacific Islands. This sour cherry-like fruit has also been grown in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

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