Awara fruit ..... not a favorite of mine :-) Some info found online: The Awara fruits can grow in bunches of about 11 feet long and weigh around 100 pounds. The orange-yellow fruit is very rich in vitamin A and about the size of a chicken egg. The fruit contains edible oil with a vitamin A content of 50,000 i.u. per 100 grams of pulp; this is 3 times higher than that of carrot! Guyana, South America
Dovyalis abyssinica or Tropical apricot is native to Southern Africa and India sub-continent. The fruit is edible, yellow to purple globose diameter, containing several small seeds. They are very juicy and with an acidic flavour.
SAPOTA SHOWN TO STOP CANCER & INCREASE LIFESPAN. Sapodilla or sapota (chikoo) is a popular and delicious tropical fruit similar to mango and kiwi. It has now joined the list of fruits that have proven anticancer properties.