Original from: South Central America, specifically northeast and North of Brazil
Seasonality: December to January
Main features: The seriguela tree has about three to five meters, the fruit stays on branches as curls. The fruits gets yellow when is ripe, is riches in carbohydrate, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and vitamin A and B. has a thin layer, and the lump looks like a big olive.
Utilization (benefits for human): The seriguila is consumed in natural, or in forms of juice or ice cream. The seriguela consumed with the shell has fibs. The pulp has Vitamin C and antioxidants, also helps against the free radial action.
Flavor: The seriguela has sweet and same time acid flavor.