The Most Expensive Fruits In The World
Designed to fit more easily into small Japanese refrigerators, square watermelons cost around $100 each.
If a mandarin were to grow so large that it weighed over a pound, you’d have something similar to a dekopon citrus fruit.
The Taiyo No Tamago Mango, also known as the Miyazaki Mango, are highly regarded for their sugar content and gorgeous coloring.
Ruby Roman Grapes
A single bunch of these grapes costs anywhere between $90 and $450. Each year, only 24,000 bunches are produced, making them incredibly rare.
White Jewel Strawberries
Strawberries are one of the most popular fruits in Japan, but the country’s white jewel strawberries are particularly luxurious.
Yubari King Melon
The sweet melon, which has become a status symbol, is grown exclusively in the small town of Yubari in Japan’s Hokkaido province.
Japan’s Sekai-Ichi apples are some of the largest in the world and are quite mild in flavor.
Lost Gardens of Heligan Pineapple
Pineapples grown in Cornwall’s Lost Gardens of Heligan, in the Southwestern part of England, sell for roughly $15,000 each.
After several years spent trying to perfect the process, a Chinese farmer managed to successfully create a Buddha-shaped pear using a custom mold.