The green, spiny fruit of the soursop tree is native to the tropical regions of the Americas, although it is grown for local consumption in parts of Southeastern Asia. The flavor of the Soursop fruit is often described as a combination of pineapple and strawberry, with a creamy texture similar to that of banana and coconut. The sweet taste of the Soursop makes it an extremely popular fruit in many dessert dishes, and in Latin America, it is commonly used to make agua fresca, a drink that infuses water with fresh fruit. Yum!
Did you know?
- The crushed seeds of the Soursop fruit are sometimes used as a natural pesticide against head lice and other parasites.
- Some cultures use the bark, roots, and leaves to make a tea. The tea purportedly relieves stress and other conditions.
We can source Soursop in the following formats:
- Juice Concentrates