Ceagesp is the largest wholesale Farmer's Market in São Paulo, Brazil trades 250 thousand tons every month
Brazil nuts are actually the seeds of a big fruit from a pretty massive rainforest tree. About 15 to 30 seeds sit in a large round pod that weighs around five pounds. The ripe pods fall to the ground, where they're harvested by people... or carried off by animals.
Chal Chal or Vacum Anestor Mezzomo - Fruits from Brazil
Buriti / miriti (Mauritia flexuosa L. f., Arecaceae (Palmae)) Origem: Brasil
Cambuci, a native tree of Brazil's Atlantic Forest has a green ovoid-rhomboidal fruit. The flesh of the fruit is slightly sweet with a very acidic flavour of a lemon.
Jambo!! brazilian fruit ~ one of my favorite trees to climb and eat the fruit off the tree! ;)
Tropical apricot (Dovyalis abyssinica): it has spots
Cabeludinha///Nome científico Myrciaria glazioviana (sinonímia: Eugenia cabelludo variedade glazioviana, Plinia glomerata, Paramyrciaria glazioviana) Família: Mirtáceas Origem Brasil (nativa dos estados do Rio de Janeiro, sul de Minas Gerais e de São Paulo).
Ackee Related to the lychee and a native of tropical West Africa, ackee was imported to Jamaica in the 1700s and made a big impression; ackee and saltfish is Jamaica’s national dish.