The Achacha, known in Bolivia as the Achachairú,(meaning honey kissin Guaraní, a local native language) is highly prized, having been cultivated for centuries in domestic orchards in the tropical lowlands of the Amazon Basin. It has not been commercialised internationally until now. In Australia it is grown in North Queensland.
Price depends on destination
Available from mid January for few weeks
Mixed Products air shipment are available
Storage: Display at room temperature, in a fruit bowl. It has a long shelf life of many weeks if kept at between10°C and 25°C in a closed container. If open to a current of air the skin may dry out and wrinkle after several days, but the flesh will be fine. If preferred cold, place in refrigerator only for a few hours prior to consuming
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