In Jamaica, naseberry is commonly eaten fresh when ripe and is also used to make desserts such as ice cream and pudding. It is a good source of fiber, vitamin C, and minerals such as potassium, calcium, and iron.
Purple Mombin called plum in Jamaica
Jamaican cherry, also known as the Acerola cherry or West Indian cherry, used to treat a variety of ailments, including colds, fever, and diarrhea
Manhood tomatoes have an unusual elongated shape, for which the tomato is called "Manhood".
Jamaican Puttigel fruit relatively resembles squash. However, it is not squash. The fruit is a rich source of fibre and vitamin A.
This is the Jamaican elusive fruit, custard apple Custard apple is very sweet and has a pleasant flavour. It contains an impressive list of essential nutrients, vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals
Stinking toe (Hymenaea courbaril) also called West Indian locust is a fruit that is packed with vitamins and minerals such as iron and calcium and has a history of being a natural energy booster.
These fruit pops are cool and refreshing and ideal for children and adults. Mango-strawberry refreshing popsicles.