Commodity: Sugar Apple
The sugar apple is a round, heart-shaped, oval or conical fruit that averages 2 to 3 inches in diameter. Its skin is yellow-green or dark green and covered with a white bloom. The pulp is white, tender and custardlike with a sweet, slightly acidic, flavor. The fruit is almost always eaten raw; it can be added to smoothies and desserts or eaten out of hand. Warn consumers that sugar apple seeds are toxic. Grown in Florida and Central America.