10 Different Types of Fruit That Starts With G

Fruit That Starts With G – there are so many different types of fruit that you eat everyday and most of these are easy to name.  But what about the more unusual fruits?  Fruits that you have heard of but not tried?  Or fruits that come from a different part of the world that you haven’t even heard of?  We’ve put a great list together for you, along with a description of the fruit and a photo where we can source one.  Have a look at our list of different fruits that start with the letter G!

 

Fruit That Starts With G

 

 

 

Gac Fruit

  • Gac fruit plants usually live between 10-12 years. The fruits can grow to the size of a cantaloupe melon. The leaves of the Gac fruit are traditionally used in medicines. Gac has an especially high lycopene content, containing up to 70 times the amount of lycopene found in tomatoes. Gac fruit is a good source of nutrients, vitamins and minerals.

 

 

 

Giant granadilla

  • Giant granadilla is widely known for its fruits that are large and weigh up to 4kg. Granadillas are commonly confused with passion fruits as the flesh is a very similar colour and texture. These fruits are high in calcium, phosphurus and Vitman C.   The fruit was first cultivated in Barbados and other islands in the Carribean. Now it is more commonly grown in Mexico.

 

 

 

Grape Fruit

  •  The grape fruit is a hybrid between the Pomelo fruit and a sweet orange. It is a natural hybrid which means it wasn’t humanly tampered with. Grapefruit varieties are differentiated by the flesh colour of fruit they produce. Common varieties are yellow and pink pulp colours. They are a natural source of Vitamin C and Water.

 

 

 

Guava Fruit

  • The Guava fruit is easily distinguishable because of its dark green skin and its bright red flesh inside. Guava wood is actually prized in the world of meat smoking. The lifespan of the Guava tree is about 45 years. It is extremely high in Vitamin C and A. There are also high levels of potassium in a Guava fruit.

 

 

 

Goji Berry

  • Goji Berries originate from China. They are quite small, about the size of a blueberry. They have a sweet taste. They are high in Vitamin A and C. They also contain a large amount of Iron. Goji berries have the highest concentrations of melatonin and the third-highest antioxidant capacity of any common dried fruit.

 

 

 

Galia Melon

  • The Galia melon looks very similar to a honey dew melon. This is because it is a hybrid between a honey dew and a Krimka melon.  Galia melons are sweet and low in calories. It is also rich in antioxidant flavonoids such as beta-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, and cryptoxanthin. They originate from Israel.

 

 

 

Genip

  • The Genip fruit is commonly known as the Spanish lime. It is a drupe and measures 2.5 to 4cm wide. They have a yellow/orange pulp. Genip trees are native or naturalised over a large part of the Caribbean, Mexico and parts of Central and South America. They are high in Iron and Vitamin B.

 

 

 

Goose Berry

  • Goose Berries are shrubs that belong to the currant family. They originate from Europe, northwestern Africa and southeast Asia. It has woody branches with long spines which grow from the axils of leaves. It can reach 4 to 6 feet in height and 6 feet in width. The fruit has a soft and hairy outer flesh. They are high in antioxidants and Vitamins.

 

 

 

Greengage

  • The Greengage fruit is otherwise popularly referred as one of the typical varieties of plum and is native Europe. The fruit is typically round-oval shape and has smooth textured dark red appearance with pale green flesh. It looks similar to a large olive. They are high in carbohydrates, sugars and Vitamin A.

 

 

 

Guanabana

  • The Guanabana is a large, hard skined fruit. The colour of the shell/skin is a dark green. The flesh is a bright white. The Guanabana has an interesting sweet and sour flavour. It is actually used as flavouring in sweets, ice cream and juices. It is very high in carbohydrates, Vitamin C and Potassium.

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