The 10 Most Expensive Fruits In The World
Let’s find out what are the ten most expensive fruits in the world, from the cheapest to the most expensive, in the following ranking:
10 – The Ginseng fruits – He Bei, China
Inspired by “The Journey to the West” (one of four classic novels in Chinese literature), a laborer who worked in Xian orchards Zhang Hao created the pears that grow in molds that give them a child’s invoices and exported them to Europe. Each child-shaped pear is sold for $ 8, making it one of the most expensive fruits in the world.
9 – The Sekai-Ichi apple – Japan
Each Sekai-Ichi apple weighs 1 kg. Produced in Japan, they are known as “the number one in the world” and are sold for $ 21 each. It is said that these apples are followed by humans during the pollination period and the finished products are washed with mead and then packaged by hand, in order to avoid damage or damage their freshness.
8 – The Dekopon – Japan
A box with six Dekopons is sold for $ 80. This orange is produced in Japan and is known to be the sweetest in the world. Dekopon oranges are larger than normal ones and have a protuberance at the top. In 2011, Dekopon oranges were exported to California for the first time. The Los Angeles Times newspaper described the fruits as follows: “It seems to last the first bite, but it soon melts in your mouth”.
7 – Sembikiya strawberries – Japan
Each box of 12 strawberries costs $ 85. Completely red and with white seeds, these strawberries are so perfect that you eat them with reluctance.
6 – The cube-shaped watermelon – Japan
The cube-shaped Japanese watermelon has long been known. This type of watermelon is not sold at a high price only on the Japanese market but is also exported to America. However, rather than to eat it, the Americans buy it more out of curiosity, exposing it in the living room to show it to the guests.
5 – The pineapples of the Lost Gardens of Heligan – England
The Lost Gardens of Heligan is the only place in the British Isles where pineapples are grown, with the aid of straw, organic fertilizers, and horse urine. For each harvest, it takes two years and this makes the fruit particularly expensive, in fact, each pineapple costs over a thousand dollars.
4 – The Taiyo No Tamago Mangoes – Japan
A pair of Taiyo No Tamago mangoes cost $ 3,000. This type of mango is called “the egg of the sun” in Japan. Each mango weighs 350 grams, contains abundant juice and has a very sweet taste.
3 – Roman Ruby grapes – Japan
Each bunch of Ruby Roman red grapes has 30 berries and each grape weighs at least 20 grams. The auction price for a bunch of Ruby Roman grapes is $ 9,350.
2 – Watermelon Densuke – Japan
Each Densuke Japanese watermelon costs thousands of dollars. It’s not just sweet, but it also has a special scent.
1 – The artistic banana
It is a piece of art. The banana in question is very expensive at the moment as many artists have collaborated in the creation. Many rich people buy this type of banana, although it can only be kept for a few days.