Acerola

Acerola (Malpighia glabra, Barbadas cherry, or West Indian cherry, of the family Malpighiaceae) is native to the West Indies and South America. There are also large plantations in Puerto Rico. The fruit is grown on a large shrub, 10 to 15 ft in height, and resembles cherries. Each bright-red fruit contains three seeds and several vertical furrows. The fruit is the richest known natural source of vitamin C, containing 1000 to 4000 mg/100 g, over 20 times as much as oranges. The juice is often used to enrich the vitamin C content of other fruit products. The tart, fruity fruit and juice are used to make jams, jellies, preserves, and the like.

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