• Hala fruit

Hala fruit


This fruit is sometimes described as an exploded planet or mutated pineapple. It is a large fruit that can grow up to 30 cm long, with hundreds of segments attached to each other by a core.

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  • Rose apple

Rose apple


This bell shaped fruit has a pink-red skin and white-green flesh. Rose apples contain a lot of water and taste nice and fresh. The name is a bit confusing, because actually a rose apple has no connection with a rose or an apple, except that they smell a bit like roses.

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  • Kaffir lime

Kaffir lime


The kaffir lime is all about the zest. This particular wrinkled peel is used for its intense aroma. Not surprisingly is that this wonderful scent is often used in perfumes! But as a flavor to spice your dinner up it is also a beautiful product. You can grate the skin and use it in curries and bumbu, for example.

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  • Salak



This special fruit immediately attracts your attention with its snake-like skin. Under the stiff skin there are a number of white, crunchy parts, the taste of salak can best be compared to pineapple

  • Rambutan



With its remarkable hairy green-reddish skin, this fruit attracts your attention quickly. It is also called the hairy lychee. When you open it you will be surprised with a delicious white, juicy and aromatic fruit. The rambutan grows in bunches in trees that can grow up to 20 meters!

  • Mangosteen



This special fruit is known as one of the most delicious fruits in the world, which is available all year round! The white flesh under the thick skin is soft and is similar to lychees in taste and structure. Mangosteen is cultivated on a small scale, making it a fairly rare fruit.

  • Calamansi



The ‘lucky few’ who have visited the Philippines might have had a taste of the refreshing orange coloured lemonade. This lemonade is made from calamansi, a little round citrus.

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