Dargon Fruit

SeasonFrom Jun. to Nov.
Dargon Fruit

With a shape that resembles that of an olive, dragon fruit is a king among fruits. With gorgeous and bright red peels, each dragon fruit weighs 500-1200 g, tastes sweet, and has a subtle fragrance. Dragon fruits are rich in pulp fiber, carotene, vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, and C, calcium...

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Passion Fruit

SeasonFrom Jul. to Sep.
Passion Fruit

Passion fruit is a type of post-ripe fruit that tastes best 2-7 days after harvesting. It is full of nutrients that benefit the human body, including protein, amino-acids, Vitamin C, phosphorus, iron, calcium, and crude fiber, which can stimulate the metabolism and maintain energy.

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Watermelon

SeasonFrom Apr. to Aug.
Watermelon

Watermelon is a quintessential symbol of summer and its sweet juiciness can quench any thirst. It is a nutrient-rich, pure, and safe food that contains no lipids or cholesterol but other critical nutrients that people need. In conventional medicine, watermelon is considered to effectively fight heat and thirst, work as a diuretic...

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Plum

SeasonFrom May. to Aug.
Plum

Taiwan grows roughly 14 varieties of prunes; the main variety has red flesh, which contains sodium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamins A, C, B1, and B2, etc. This heart-shaped fruit has red skin and a blood red or purple flesh and tastes slightly acidic. The skins of prunes have fruit powder.

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Mango

SeasonFrom May to Sep.
Mango

Taiwan cultivates many types of mangoes, with the Irwin mango and Jinhuang mango being the most popular due to their fine quality, deep and fresh taste, and perfect ratio of sweet and sour. Mangoes are rich in fructose, sucrose, carbohydrates, vitamin C, beta-carotene, potassium, and other nutrients. The sweetness degree of a mango is 12 ~ 15.

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Peach

SeasonFrom Apr. to Aug.
Peach

In early spring, peach trees in Taiwan are beautiful and in full bloom, and in the summer, those flowers turn into sweet peaches. Taiwan’s peaches are categorized as either ground or mountain peaches according to where they are planted, which also results in different flavors. Regardless of where they are planted, all peaches are rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and vitamins B and C.

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Lychee

SeasonFrom May to Aug.
Lychee

Taiwan’s climate is dry in winter and spring but rainy in summer, which is ideal for growing lychee. The main production area is in central and southern Taiwan. Taiwanese lychees come in many varieties: Yu her pau has a fine flesh and is crunchy, sweet, and slightly astringent; Nuomici has a thick flesh and is succulent and sweet like honey; Black leaf has large fruit...

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Pear

SeasonFrom Jun. to Sep.
Pear

Known as the “Origin of Fruits”, 14 varieties of pears are currently grown in Taiwan, with hybrid pears being the most popular. Pears planted in Taiwan are protected by bagging and are never polluted by pesticides, from the time they are planted to the time they are harvested. Pears smell good, taste crisp, and are rich in protein, fat, carbohydrates, malic acid, citric acid, fructose, vitamins B1, B2, and C, etc.

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Grape

SeasonFrom Jun. to Aug.&From Oct. to Dec.
Grape

Taiwan generally cultivates 17 kinds of grapes, with the kyoho grape being the most common. This species produces large grapes and features a long storage period. These grapes taste sweet and contain various nutrients. Although many markets sell imported grapes, the rich aroma and sweet, delicious taste of Taiwan grapes cannot be replaced!

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Avocado

SeasonFrom Jul. to Sep.
Avocado

The avocado, whose texture of the flesh is slick and smooth, contains an enormous seed inside. Due to transpiring a milky aroma of butter and pecans, it earns the reputation of "the butter from the forest" which determines itself to be the most nutritious fruit of Guinness World Records. It is a staple food of nutrition balance...

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Longan

SeasonFrom Jul. to Aug.
Longan

The primary production area of longans is located in the low-altitude mountains of central and southern Taiwan. With approximately 13 varieties, fresh longans are shiny and translucent, not sticky or soggy, and taste sweet and refreshing. Longans can be dried by roasting them in the kilns invented by our ancestors.

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