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The high price of this delicious, but scarce and short-lasting fruit, is certainly justified


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Originating from Asia, Nispero trees also grow in a few areas of Chile, namely around Viña del Mar and Santiago. This yellow fruit is praised for its delicious taste that resembles that of a fresh apricot. The short season along with the relatively small harvest make nispero fruit something precious – therefore, it is more pricey than other summer fruits. Nisperos start to ripen in late spring and is har​vested in early summer. They are available only for a couple of weeks in December.​​

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