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The latest food trend of 2021

With the new year finally here we thought we would share the latest food trend to hit the UK. An exotic fruit subscription box with some of the rarest exotid fruits from around the world! The Exotic Fruits Selection Box comes in 5 sizes and is great for trying new flavours from a variety of different fruit species. Each exotic fruit delivery uk contains between 1.25-10kg of exotic fruit sourced and imported into the UK.

By shopping with Exotic Fruits you can also save 10% by subscribing to either a weekly or monthly exotic fruit box. There is a steady supply of a wide range of tropical and exotic fruits these include:-

Star Apple

The fruit is native to the Greater Antilles and the West Indies but it has also been introduced in parts of Central America and in many tropic regions including Southeast Asia. Soursop Its exact origination is not known but it is believed to have been cultivated in South America and Africa for thousands of years. It has been also introduced in certain regions of Asia and nowadays it is widely cultivated in Florida and in tropics.

Cacao

Cacao was first domesticated in Mesoamerica. It is believed that Olmecs domesticated cacao approximately 4,000 years ago in the area of Mexico but other evidence suggests that Mayans domesticated it about 5,000 years ago in the area of Ecuador. Evidence also suggests that cacao was also domesticated in Honduras approximately 3,500 years ago. Cacao was introduced in Europe, West Indies and the Philippines by Spaniards and later Europeans introduced it in Asia and West Africa.

Feijoa

The fruit is native in South America but it was introduced in Europe in late 19th century and in California in the early 20th century. Later it was also introduced in Australia and in New Zealand.

If you are looking for the tastiest rarest tropical and exotic fruits, look no further – Exotic Fruits have a wide selection of the finest and tastiest exotic fruits delivered to your door, anywhere next working day in the UK.

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