Cocoa pods are the fruit of the Theobroma cacao, from which cocoa beans and thus cocoa solids (a mixture of nonfat substances) and cocoa butter (the fat) can be extracted. They have a lovely yellow to flame red colour


Granadilla belongs to the passion fruit family. This round fruit can be recognised by its orange skin when mature. Its has a sweet gelatinous flesh with black edible seeds. The granadilla owes its name to the Spaniards – they mistook the fruit for a small pomegranate


Kiwanos look exotic! They are oval, orange skinned and covered with small horns. Kiwanos have a slightly sweet taste with a hint of banana and lemon. The flesh is jelly-like, light green in colour and full of small seeds

Red Pitaya

Originating from the cactus family, red pitaya is commonly called the Dragon Fruit. Although its name is officially red pitahaya, the colour is actually pinkish red. In Ecuador, the fruit has a white flesh which is slightly sweet. Inside, the numerous edible black seeds stand out

Sweet Cucumber

Sweet cucumbers are also known as pepino melons due being a cross between a cucumber and a melon. The colour of its peel is pale with purple stripes and has a sweetish yellow flesh which is juicy and soft

Yellow Pitaya

Originally from the cactus family, Yellow Pitaya has a bright yellow skin which is thick and scaly. Yellow Pitaya has a slightly sweeter taste than the other pitaya varieties. The white, juicy flesh contains many small black seeds that are edible