Sapodilla

Sapodillas (Manikara achras [Syn. M. zapotilla or Achras zapota], sapotilla, sapota, zapotle, chiku, or naseberry, of the family Sapotaceae) are native to Mexico and South America and are grown in nearly all tropical areas. The fruit is a fleshy berry, up to 3 in. in diameter, with a rusty brown skin. The pulp is yellowish-brown to red in color, with a mild aroma and a slightly astringent, pleasant taste. The fruit is usually eaten fresh because processing degrades the delicate flavor (6).

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