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Our assorted array of fruits is procured from all around the globe. We partner with best vendors from around the world who resonate with our work ethics and select the best quality fruits to procure them for our customers.

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Ambrosia is a cultivar of apple originating in British Columbia in the early 1990s. The original tree was first cultivated by the Mennell family of Similkameen Valley, British Columbia, who discovered it growing in their orchard.

 


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Braeburn was found as a chance seedling in 1952 by a farmer in New Zealand and was first commercially grown at the Braeburn Orchard near Motueka where the fruit derives its name from. Ideal for cooking, the Braeburn apple is available from October through April in the northern hemisphere and comes in large to medium sizes offering a sweet and tart taste to its devourer.

 


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This aromatic variety of apple has the most appealing aesthetics of a fruit, from deep reds to yellow undertones the Evelina offers fresh taste to its consumers all over the world straight from the European farms spreading across Belgium and Netherlands to Germany, Switzerland, France, Slovakia and other countries in the world having cultivable conditions for the beautiful Evelina.

 


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Fuji apples were developed in the late 1930s by growers at the Tohoku Research Station in Fujisaki, Japan. Fuji apples are a cross between two classic American apple varieties - Red Delicious and Virginia Ralls Janet. Fuji apples were introduced to the United States in the 1960s. Since then, the apple has grown into one of today's most popular varieties. Fans of sweet apples adore it because with Brix, or sugar levels, of 15-18, it is the sweetest apple around! Fuji apples are also great storing apples, and because of that, are available year-round.

 


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Originating in New Zealand, Royal Gala apples have a bold, red striped appearance over a creamy yellow background. They are crisp, with a subtle, sweet taste and firm flesh.

 


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Granny Smith is a striking, distinctively bright green apple with a refreshing tangy-tart taste. Its bright white flesh is crisp moderately juicy and resists browning when sliced.

 


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Cripps Pink apples are a particularly attractive variety of a medium to large size. The trees grow 30 feet high and 15 feet wide, and set beautiful fruit with a pink blush overlayed on greenish-yellow undertones. The flesh is firm, crisp, effervescent, and yellow-white, with a tangy and sweet flavour.

 


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The intensely red and sweet variety of apple suited to the palate of specially the Asian consumers is originally a Belgian yield. The crunchy and juicy Joly Red apple is the apple of the eyes of Indians, Vietnamese and Singaporeans. Joly Red comes with the most convenient storage options and is cultivable almost throughout the year.

 


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The breed of apple born in the US at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Jonagold, is a result of fusion between Golden Delicious and Jonathan family of apples; a large fruit with a finely thin skin, Jonagold is famous for its appetizing smell, juiciness and sweet and sour taste.

 


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Honeycrisp is a near-perfect raw apple. It is fantastically crisp, thanks to larger individual cells within its flesh, and it boasts a delicate sweet-tart balance and a light berry flavour.


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Pacific Queen is darker red in colour, has a higher sugar level and ripens earlier than Pacific Rose, but is similar in taste, providing a sweet, crisp inner flesh.


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New Zealand developed the Pacific Rose apple – a crisp, sweet desert apple. Pretty and sweet, its red skin surrenders crisply to cream-colored flesh. One of the larger apples, the Rose has descendants from the East Indies and is kin to the Gala Apple.


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Pink Lady ®  brand Cripps Pink cultivar apples (usually referred to as Pink Lady or Pink Ladies) originated in 1973 after John Cripps, a researcher from Western Australia’s Department of Agriculture, crossed the Golden Delicious and Lady Williams apple varieties. The result was a vibrantly pink apple with a unique flavour.

Pink Lady apples were released for commercial production in Australia in 1989 before finally making their way to the U.S. in the late 1990s. It is a trademarked variety, which means growers must obtain a license before they can use the brand name. That means only high-quality apples make it under the Pink Lady Brand name.


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The Red Delicious apple variety was discovered in 1875 as a chance seedling growing on Jesse Hiatt's farm in Peru, Iowa. Thinking it was a nuisance, Hiatt tried to chop down the seedling, but the tree grew back repeatedly. On the third time, Hiatt allowed it to grow and produce apples.

In 1893, Hiatt took his apple, called Hawkeye, to a fruit show in Missouri. Following the show, Stark Brothers Nursery purchased the rights to market the apple and renamed it Red Delicious. Today, the classic coke-bottle shape and colour of Red Delicious makes it one of the most well-known apple varieties in the United States.


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Red Jonaprince is a mutation of Jonagold having a bright to dark red colored, non-greasy and very early ripening apple. The fruit flesh is firmer and has a little more sugar and is a little sourer than that of Jonagold.


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Primo is an exclusive bright red apple variety. Primo apples have a fresh sweet and sour taste and are extremely crunchy. The pulp is very juicy and has an irresistible aroma. Primo apples have an extremely good shelf life.


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Sugar Bee apples look similar to their Honeycrisp parent. The relatively thin and glossy skin is yellow-green in colour overlaid with a red blush tinged with orange. Some fruits are up to 100 percent red colouring. Large tan lenticels cover the skin. The conical tapered shape is also very similar to a Honeycrisp. The flesh is creamy white inside and the texture is coarse, juicy, and consistently crispy. Sugar Bees are very sweet and aromatic, with some richness and floral quality in flavour under the sugar.

 


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Fully mature but uniquely small, Rockit apples are the world’s first miniature apples, which are a result of 20 years of careful natural breeding.


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Colour of the skin is blush red and the texture is smooth. Flesh of the red delicious apple is greenish white and grained, sweet and juicy. Its crispiness and aromatic features made it more attractive.


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The flesh, depending on the variety, can be firm, pale yellow to cream-colored, juicy, crunchy, or crisp. Apples range in flavours from sweet to tart and can be aromatic or mild in scent.


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The best known varieties are the ‘Hass’ avocado, which is known for having a hard, rough skin, which, when ripe, softens up and turns dark in colour.


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The Fuerte avocado is often recognized as the archetypal avocado, green in colour, pear-like in shape, and ranging from six to twelve ounces in size. It has smooth, medium-thin skin that peels easily, with dense, pale green flesh.


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Gwen avocados look similar to the Hass variety, but are slightly larger. They are oval and plump with thick green skins that have a pebbled texture and turn dull green when the fruit is fully ripe. They have creamy gold-green flesh around a small to medium seed.

 


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The Autumn King grape is a seedless light green, almost white grape. Known for its large berry size and prolific production. It is a late-season variety that stores well having a neutral sweet flavour and low acid levels.

 


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Autumn Royal is a late-season black grape. It has large, elongated purple-black berries with a crunchy skin, firm texture and a pleasant level of sweetness. It is generally seedless with attractive, translucent yellow-green flesh.

 


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It is a hybrid of Thompson Seedless, Cardinal, and several other Vitis vinifera cultivars. It produces large clusters of medium-large red grapes with a sweet flavour. Its good qualities, especially seedlessness, sweetness, and long shelf life, make it one of the most heavily farmed table grapes.

 


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The Red Globe table grape is a variety of very large, seeded red grapes with firm flesh used mainly as a table grape.

 


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They are large bunches of classic, small, sweet, mild-flavoured, green grapes which are considered to be a good mid-season table grape.

 


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Nasik grape is a variety of grape produced in Nasik district, which is known as the "grape capital of India". Nasik contributes to more than half of the total grape export from the country.

 


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Sangli is a seedless variety of grapes which is known for its export quality. This variety has both green and black grapes.

 


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Elongated shape pear, with smooth skin, light green colour and a rosy layer in sunny areas. White and juicy flesh. With an excellent preservation.

 


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The Anjou is truly an all-purpose pear. They are juicy when ripe, and their subtle sweetness hints at a refreshing lemon-lime flavour. Their dense flesh holds up well in heated applications like baking, poaching, roasting, or grilling and they are delicious when sliced fresh in salads or eaten as an out-of-hand snack.

 


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Asian pears are hard, crisp, sweet, slightly tart at the core and very juicy. Because of their high water content, which makes them low calorie, they are not cooked into pies or preserved into jams or jellies.

 


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The Bartlett (pronounced BART-let) carries a true pyriform "pear shape:" a rounded bell on the bottom half of the fruit, then a definitive shoulder with a smaller neck or stem end. Bartletts are extremely aromatic pears, and have that definitive "pear flavour."

 


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The soft and sweet Conference pear is an autumn fruit that has an elongated bottled neck and appears green-brownish with a thick texture. The Conference pear was developed in Britain by Thomas Francis Rivers and derives its name from the fact that it won the first prize at the National British Pear Conference in London held in 1885.

 


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The Ercolini or Coscia pear is characterized by its sweet flavour and by its juiciness and fragrance.

 


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The Forelle pear is possibly the oldest variety of pear and said to have originated in the 1600’s in Germany. The ‘Forelle’ meaning ‘trout’ in Germany derives its name from its uniquely red lenticels and colours of a Rainbow trout. The Forelle pear is small sized, sweet in taste and is considered to be a treasure among the pear connoisseurs.

 


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Sweet and juicy pear, with a rosy side, which is very appreciated as it is one of the first to be collected at the beginning of July. Its shape is like a bulb; its skin is smooth and yellow over green background. Its flesh is white and perfumed.

 


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Lucas is a dessert pear whose attractive regular shape broadens at the calyx. Its pale green skin ripens to yellow with russet around the stalk. Its bright white, exceptionally juicy flesh has a robust texture with a very sweet flavour.

 


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Packham Pears are originally bred in Australia, and is great eaten fresh or used in cooking. They are slow- ripening variety of pears with green skin that becomes light yellow when ripe.

 


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Santa Maria pears are large, uniform fruits, averaging 4 to 6 centimetres in diameter and 6 to 8 centimetres in length, and have an elongated, oval to pyriform shape. The skin is smooth, thin, covered in prominent lenticels, and has a yellow-green base with pink blush on the sides with the most sun exposure.

 


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The pear exhibits a pyriform "pear shape," with a rounded bell on the bottom half of the fruit, and then a definite shoulder with a smaller neck or stem end. Williams are aromatic pears, and have what many consider the definitive "pear flavour".

 


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A sweet variety with a creamy texture, grown in Himachal Pradesh. Those preferring a headier, aromatic, and sweeter type of pear should select this type. These pears hold shape when cooked.

 


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The subtropical citrus tree known for its sweet-sour and somewhat bitter taste called the Grapefruit is a unique treat for your palate. The Grapefruit is an accidental hybrid between the Jamaican Sweet Orange and the Indonesian Pomelo. The fruit is orange and yellow in skin, mid-sized and is also called the ‘Forbidden fruit’.

 


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A kumquat is an edible, orange-like fruit that is native to Southeast Asia. Though the citrus fruit resembles an orange in shape and colour, it's actually quite small—about the size of an olive, and has a sweet-tart citrus flavour.

 


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The lemon is a round, slightly elongated fruit, it has a strong and resistant skin, with an intense bright yellow colour when it is totally ripe, giving off a special aroma when it is cut. The pulp is pale yellow, juicy and acid, divided in gores.

 


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The mandarin orange, also known as the mandarin or mandarine, is a small citrus tree with fruit resembling other oranges, usually eaten plain or in fruit salads.

 


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Navel orange is a fruit from the species Citrus x sinensis or in everyday terms, a sweet orange in the rue family Rutaceae. Navel oranges are part of the winter citrus family, available during the Christmas holidays.

 


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The Valencia orange is a sweet orange. It was first hybridized by pioneer American agronomist and land developer William Wolfskill in the mid-19th century on his farm in Santa Ana, southern California, United States, North America.

 


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They are known for their rich, juicy taste.

 


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It is rustic and pockmarked exterior which is sweet and has juicy pulp. It gives the city of Nagpur its pseudonym Orange City.

 


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It is moderately hairy and more rounded than other kiwi varieties. Hayward has the best eating quality of the existing green varieties, mainly due to higher levels of sweetness. The skin is thin  and the flesh is an attractive green with a white centre.

 


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Deliciously juicy and refreshingly sweet with just a hint of sour. It is a great source of vitamin C, dietary fibre, antioxidants and other minerals, making it one of the most nutrient-dense fruit available.

 


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Gold kiwifruit has smooth, hairless skin that's a nice golden-brown colour. The flesh of golden kiwifruit is a vibrant yellow colour with a smaller core and fewer seeds.

 


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The ‘anteri’ was merely another wild fruit growing in the jungles of the Ziro valley in Arunachal Pradesh's Lower Subansiri district. But a decade ago, a few farmers realised that anteris were in fact, kiwis.

 


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It has a peculiar tangy taste and its demand is quite good among certain buyers.

 


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These red, heart-shaped fruits are juicy and sweet with a touch of acidity, giving them a light tartness that makes them perfectly balanced.

 


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This round sweet cherry is firm in texture and mild in taste. They carry a deep mahogany colour and sweet flavour.

 


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Black plums are a round fruit with a thin, smooth blue-black skin. The interior flesh is a dark red, purple or yellow with a sweet/tart flavour.

 


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It is a smooth-skinned, stone fruit. It can be sour, sweet, or tart! Red Plums are full of anthocyanins and can be a source of dietary fibre, potassium, and zinc.

 


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The yellow plum, also known as lemon plum, is a small, round, yellow specialty plum available from South America. The fruit is smaller than a regular plum. Its yellow flesh carries a sweet, juicy taste.

 


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Red Peach is a hairy and with a reddish-orange skin fruit, it can have an intense red skin depending on the variety. Its flesh is yellow or white in colour and has a soft and juicy texture. It has a slight touch of acidity but stands out for its intense flavour and sweetness.

 


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They are distinguished by their fuzzy thin skin with hues of red, pink and gold blushing throughout. The flesh is aromatic, juicy when ripe, and golden coloured with red bleeds at the skin and surrounding the central rough surfaced rust coloured pit.

 


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Nectarine is a smooth-skinned fruit belonging to the Peach family and is grown throughout the warmer temperatures; it is said to be originating from China more than 4000 years ago. The Nectarine has reddish-yellow or white flesh and carries huge amounts of vitamins A and C. It is commonly eaten fresh or used for preparing jams and pies.

 


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The Sugar plum is large oblong-shaped variety, often exhibiting a powdery white bloom on its otherwise purplish-blue skin. The thin snappy skin encases a firm yet juicy flesh that holds a central pit that is easily removed.

 


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The flat peach (Prunus persica var. platycarpa), also known as the doughnut peach or Saturn peach, is a variety of peach with pale yellow fruit that is oblate in shape.

 


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These are temperate zone fruits which provide a variety of health benefits. In India, they are grown on commercial scale in mid-hills of Himachal Pradesh. They are quite diverse on fruit characters such as fruit size, shape, colour, texture, aroma and other quality characteristics which make these fruits desirable.

 


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Peach grown in Kashmir is juicy and sweet.

 


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White dragon fruit is a tropical fruit and cultivated in Central America, Southeast Asia, Mexico, Australia. The skin is soft with scales and pink in colour, whereas the flesh is white with small, black edible seeds. It has a light sweet taste and a texture of between that of a kiwi and a pear fruit.

 


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Red Dragon Fruit, also known as Pitaya, is a beautiful tropical fruit in the cactus family with bright magenta flesh speckled with small, edible seeds. The flavour is sweet with an earthy note. The texture of dragon fruit is often compared to kiwifruit.