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Achachairu Asian Pear Ataulfo Mango
Asian Pear
Our Price: $14.39
The exotic Achachairu (ah-cha-cha-ee-roo) is a delicious tropical fruit that is rarely available in the United States.
Melissa's Asian Pears are remarkably juicy and refreshing, with a mild and sweet pear-flavored flesh and a very crisp, crunchy apple-like texture. The Ataulfo variety is prized for its wonderfully creamy texture and is considered the "champagne" of all mangoes.
Atemoya Australian Lychee Fruit Baby Bananas
Baby Bananas
Our Price: $27.00


The custard-like flesh of this fruit is juicy and smooth but
quite dense and offers a slightly sweet, mild taste with a subtle hint of
vanilla.

Each contains a single, large, inedible seed. One cup of fresh lychee fruit has only 125 calories, more vitamin C than oranges or lemons and is loaded with potassium.
Shaped like miniature slender bananas, this small, crunchy specialty banana is usually eaten out of hand or sliced raw for use in fruit salads.
Baby Pineapple Crate Banana Sampler Buddhas Hand
Baby Pineapple Crate
Our Price: $56.39
Banana Sampler
Our Price: $28.49
These sweet, tart baby pineapples have a bold, rich flavor. They have a fragrant, golden skin and brilliantly colored yellow flesh. Fresh from the tropics, a rare selection of the finest "hands" of bananas make up this assortment. Melissa’s Buddha’s Hand is a delicious fragrant symbol of happiness, longevity, and good fortune.
Burro Bananas Cactus Pears Cherimoya
Burro Bananas
Our Price: $23.50
Cactus Pears
Our Price: $24.99
Cherimoya
Our Price: $37.59
Used when firm, the Burro banana can be sliced and added to cereals or made into banana chips Cactus Pears are usually served cold, peeled and sectioned with the seeds and served in fruit salads or they can be sprinkled with brown sugar, lime juice and topped with whipped cream to create a unique dessert.
The unique flavor and creamy texture of the Cherimoya will deliciously transport your taste buds to an exotic destination with the very first bite.
Cinnamon Persimmons Coconuts Feijoas
Once native to China and Japan, persimmons, also known as kaki fruit or Sharon fruit, are now widely grown for commercial use in California. Although all parts of this fruit are used, only the milk and meat of the Coconut are used for food. The Feijoa, sometimes known as the Pineapple Guava, is a lime-green, egg-shaped fruit with a soft, succulent flesh similar in texture to a pear.