Sugar Apple Fruit is a mouthwateringly delicious, sweet, creamy, subtropical fruit grown in the USA, combining the exotic flavors of pineapple, papaya, passion fruit, banana, mango and lemon into one luscious delight.
Sugar-apple is high in energy, an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese, a good source of thiamine and vitamin B6, and provides vitamin B2, B3 B5, B9, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium in fair quantities. The flesh is fragrant and sweet, creamy white through light yellow.
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In Arabic, it is called (qishta / ishta / ashta), the translation being "cream".
In Aceh, it is called "seureuba".
In Angola, it is called fruta-do-conde or fruta-pinha.
In Assamese, it is called Atlos .
In Bambara, it is called zumzum or sunsun.
In Bangladesh, it is called "Ata fol".
In The Bahamas, it is called "sugar apple".
In Brazil, it is called fruta-do-conde, fruta-de-conde, condessa, fruta-pinha, pinha (lit. cone), ata or anona.
Its name in Burmese is aawza te.
In Cambodia, regional names include "plae teib".
In Curacao, it is called "skopapel".
In Ethiopia, it is called Gishta in Amharic.
In Germany, it is called Zimtapfel, because of its taste.
In Ghana, it is called "Sweet Apple".
In Greece, it is called γλυκ?μηλο (sweet apple ).
In Haiti, it is called kachiman.
In Iceland, it is called sůlberkja.
In India it is known as: Sitaphal in most languages, literally meaning Sita's fruit
In Bengali: ata
In Gujarati: sitaphal
In Hindi: sharifa In Bhojpuri: sharifa
In Kannada: sitaphala
In Malayalam: aathakka seethappazham
In Odia: aata
In Punjabi: sharifa
In Tamil: sitappalam
In Telugu: sita phalamu
In Indonesia, srimatikiya or, as mostly people call it, srikaya.
In Jamaica, it is called "sweetsop" or "sweet-sop".
in Japan, it is called shakatou , head of Shakyamuni).
In Kenya, it is called matomoko.
In Madagascar, it is called konikony in Malagasy, or pocanelle in French.
In Malawi, it is called "mpoza" in chewa.
In Malaysia, it is called buah nona.
In Mauritius, it is called "zatte" in the Creole language.
In Martinique it is called pomme cannelle.
In Mozambique it is called ata.
In Nepal, it is called "aati" as well as "saripha".
In Nicaragua, it is called "annona guatemala".
In Northern Nigeria, it is called fasadabur in Hausa
In Pakistan, it is called Sharifa
In the Philippines, it is called atis.
In Singapore, it is called Lim kim.
In Sri Lanka, it is called "Anoda" or "Katu Atha" in Sinhalese, "Annamunnaa" in Tamil.
In Taiwan, it is called sakya (Chinese: pinyin: shžjia; Taiwanese: sek-khia, sek-kia) because one cultivar resembles the top part of Shakyamuni's head.
In Tanzania, it is called matopetope.
In Thailand, it is called noi-na .
In Uganda, it is called ekistaferi.
In Vanuatu, it is called korosol or pomkanel.
In Vietnam, it is called m„ng c?u ta or na.
In Yemen, it is called Khirmish .
In Oman, it is called Sa'fal .