Exotic fruits are fruits that are not grown in all parts of the world and are therefore considered "exotic". They originate from tropical and subtropical regions and offer a variety of flavors and nutrients.
Some popular exotic fruits include pineapple, mango, papaya, guava, pomegranate, lychee, durian and kiwano. Exotic fruits are rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber and can be a healthy addition to a balanced diet.
Exotic fruits are available in many parts of the world, although they are not always in season. They are usually sold in supermarkets, fruit and vegetable stores, or markets. There are also many ways to buy exotic fruits online or in dried or frozen form.
Although exotic fruits can be a delicious and healthy choice, it is important to pay attention to price and sustainability. Exotic fruits can be more expensive than local fruits, and transporting exotic fruits from faraway countries can have a negative impact on the environment. By buying fruits in season and purchasing from local vendors, you can contribute to sustainability.
The Exotic Fruits Calorie Chart lists all foods with calories and nutritional values. Detailed nutritional values such as carbohydrates, protein and fat can be found with the respective product in the Exotic Fruits nutrition table.