Most Expensive Fruits in the world Here is the list
10. Buddha Shaped Pears
These pears are specially cultivated in China. The pear appears exactly like Buddha statue. The face that appears in pear and the style in which Buddha used to sit is exactly the same. It is due to a mold made by a Chinese farmer Xianzhang Hao of the Hebei province.
9. Sekai Ichi Apples
‘Sekai ichi’ is a cultivar of apples first released from Japan in 1974. It is considered one of the largest varieties of apples, with an average circumference of 12-18 in and weight of 2.0 lbs. Sekai ichi means “world’s number one” in Japanese.
8. Dekopon Citrus
Dekopon is a seedless and sweet variety of mandarin orange, usually grown in large greenhouses at a constant temperature. These oranges are harvested from December to February (winter in Japan), while in the case of garden farming, they are harvested from March to April.
7. Sembikiya Queen Strawberries
Sembikiya Queen strawberries is named for the swanky fruit store in Tokyo that sells them, each box of twelve is hand selected and perfectly matched. The appearance of this fruit is gorgeous. Their enchanted beauty may forbid you to eat.
6. Square Watermelon
Square Watermelons are produced in Japan. Before 2014, Japan did not export these watermelons outside the world. But in 2014 these watermelons are exported outside the world.
5. Pineapples From The Lost Gardens of Heligan
The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. A pineapple grown in this garden in horse manure is believed to be the world’s most expensive piece of fruit. People are willing to pay $1,600 for one pineapple that was grown in mud and rotting poop.
4. Taiyo no Tamago Mangoes
Taiyo no Tamago is a Japanese word which means in English is “egg of the sun”. These mangoes are called egg of Sun just because of their shape. Mangoes sold under the Taiyo no Tamago (Egg of the Sun) label are selected under strict criteria including weight (each must weigh more than 350 grams) and sugar content, which must be high,
3. Ruby Roman Grapes
The Ruby Roman is a variety of table grape grown and marketed entirely in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. It is red in color and about the size of a ping-pong ball. The first Ruby Roman grapes went on sale in August 2008 for 100,000 Japanese yen (US$910) per 700-gram bunch, or $26 per grape.
2. Densuke Watermelon
Densuke watermelons have a black outer thick skin and a juicy pink interior. There are no stripes or spots on the outside so it resembles a black bowling ball. These watermelons are only grown in the northern island of Hokkaido,
1. Yubari Melon
The Yubari King is a cantaloupe cultivar farmed in greenhouses in Yubari, Hokkaido, a small town close to Sapporo. The Yubari King is a hybrid of two other cantaloupe cultivars: Earl’s Favourite and Burpee’s “Spicy” Cantaloupe. This hybrid’s scientific name is Cucumis melo L. var. reticulatus Naud. cv. Yubari King.
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