Different Fruits on Sale in Tagaytay (#5532)
copyright © 2005 Chris Gregerson. Available format: 6 megapixel (3072 x 2048 total resolution)
picture date: 2005-03-01
On the stand clockwise from top center: papayas, pomelos, ripe mangoes, green mangoes, ponkan (citrus fruit, local orange), sweet potatoes; center is what we call guyabano or sour sop. The yellowish reddish few pieces at the left of the guyabanoes are a different variety of mango which is called apple mangoes because they are reddish and usually has the flavor of apple mixed with it. You could also see hanging at the foreground, mangosteen, which is a fleshy fruit suggestive of both peach and pineapple.
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