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MAMEY, MAMMEE APPLE

The Mamey (Mammea americana) is also known as mammee apple, South American apricot and Saint Domingo apricot. This tropical American fruit is related to the mangosteen, and is the size of a large orange. The mamey has a thick, russet bitter skin, and sweet, juicy reddish or yellow flesh, with a taste similar to an apricot.
 

 

 

 

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