Fruits are basic foods and very healthy. They have important nutritional elements for our organisms. They are also perfect meals for snacks and breakfasts. Some of the fruits make up the best ingredients for cooking. However, others make us open our mouths of astonishment, due to the exorbitant value. Check out Top 10 Most Expensive Fruits in the World.
The molds are positioned on the pears as they grow on the trees, resulting in the fruit that looks a lot like a small decorative Buddha statue. People do not seem to care about the price of $ 9 (each), and rush to buy the fruits so fast when they are harvested.
The price is $ 21, not per pound, but for an apple. The fields where these apples grow are hand pollinated, and each apple is washed in honey and stamped by hand. The name of these expensive fruits means “the best in the world”, and is the most expensive apple in the world.
This cross between a tangerine and an orange presents a special flavor that is like an addiction for those who experience it. The highlight is for the membranes between the parts that are known for the fineness and melting sensation in the mouth.
The fruit has been termed as the most delicious citrus in the world. And it looks like an orange, with the exception of relief at the top, which is larger and sweeter. Before 2011 the fruit was only available in Japan, but then went to California and was renamed as Sumo.
The most expensive strawberries in the world cost $ 85. And they are named by the fruit shop in Tokyo that sells them, each box of 12 is hand selected and perfectly matched. Even at the price of around $ 85, the retailer can sell at a minimum of 50 units a day.
They are imported from Japan, where they grow in tempered glass boxes that force the fruit to take its original shape, with exactly the same interior as a regular watermelon.
But the question of how the square shape is made is relevant, since it is obviously not the shape that watermelons naturally present. To achieve the unique format, farmers grow fruit in plastic packaging.
These are special pineapples that are grown in straw, horse urine and manure. The high price is by special process and high production costs. But the fruit does not look unlike any other pineapple.
And if one considers the idea of cutting out this pineapple and making a fruit salad, one should think twice, because of horse urine and manure. Pineapple has been nourished for over 2 years using traditional Victorian gardening techniques at Lost Gardens of Heligan, the botanical attraction in Cornwall.
At the exorbitant price of $ 3,000, these sleeves are priced for a 2-piece box. To earn special distinction, individual fruits must weigh at least 340 grams and be high in sugar. The sleeves are famous by the strict criterion, to include the minimum weight and high sugar content.
The most expensive grapes in the world are perfectly round, extra sweet and the size of a ping pong ball. The taste is so good of the grapes that people are willing to pay $ 4,000 for a bunch of them.
To be sold, the grapes must have a sugar content of around 18% and weigh 20 grams each. Otherwise, they will not go to auction, so there is a lot of work to get to the perfect grapes.
This is one of the most exclusive and expensive fruits. Its uniqueness is given by the very distinct appearance, all black and without striped. It is well known that black watermelons are rare items, especially the Densuke variety. These types of watermelons are only grown on the island of Hokkaido, Japan. What makes it most adorable is the special kind of sweetness that is unparalleled.
Once it is germinated, each melon is positioned with a small hat to protect it from the sun. When harvested, the stems are cut into a tidy T shape. As can be seen, much effort is devoted to growing and harvesting this expensive fruit.
Because of its proportion and size, Yubari King melons of orange pulp are coveted. In 2008, more than 100 Yubari fruit melons were on the block.
The most perfect of all was the first item put up for sale. An entrepreneur who owns a souvenir shop and a seafood restaurant has made an offer of about $ 23,000 for the honor and privilege of bringing home that particular fruit.