It has many names—pitanga, Brazilian or Cayenne cherry. Its color ranges from red to yellow, and the taste from sweet to sour. This fruit is a great source of vitamins A and C, but if you decide to try it raw, don't eat the seeds. They are rather resinous and might cause stomach problems.
September–November | March–June
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