Sitaphal Fruits 12 FRUITS
Buy exotic fruits bring the juiciest and flavorful natural delicacies of Custard apple and custard apple variety.
The custard-apple, also called bullock's heart or bull's heart or cherimoya, is the fruit of the tree Annona reticulata.
Custard apple is a mouthwateringly delicious, sweet, creamy, subtropical fruit grown in California, combining the exotic flavors of pineapple, papaya, passion fruit, banana, mango and lemon into one luscious delight.
Our Custard apple are packed to order the day they ship and are most juicy and flavorful when they arrive to your door and always full of freshness and ready to eat. Send beautiful gift baskets as gifts as special delivery with a personal message and are the best.
Every Custard apple is hand packed on the day we ship them. Many of our competitors pre-pack their offerings sometimes weeks before the gift is actually shipped. Our quality and freshness are absolutely our first concerns. We include only the best treat for you. Send the best premium mouth watering Custard apple as gifts.
In Aceh, it is called "seureuba".
In Assamese, it is called Atlos .
In Bangladesh, it is called "Ata fol".
In The Bahamas, it is called "sugar apple".
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 Haiti, it is called kachiman.
In Iceland, it is called sólberkja.
In Bengali: ata
In Gujarati: sitaphal
In Kannada: sitaphala
In Odia: aata
In Punjabi: sharifa
In Tamil: sitappalam
In Telugu: sita phalamu
In Kenya, it is called matomoko.
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 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 Tanzania, it is called matopetope.
In Thailand, it is called noi-na .
In Uganda, it is called ekistaferi.
In Vietnam, it is called mãng c?u ta or na.
In Yemen, it is called Khirmish .
In Oman, it is called Sa'fal .