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MOST Expensive Fruits in the World


as our population increases so does the need for food increase dramatically at the crops needed to create ethanol in the ever-changing climate and you will certainly have noticed a general increase in the price of fruits and vegetables however the cost of these fruits are taking that to whole new level of the next time you think those grapes are a little pricey think of these 18 most expensive fruits in the world number 18 the shape that I’m in the humble watermelon which is thought to have a in southern Africa is a delectable juicy pink fruit that is a great addition to any summer day over in Japan they have modified the generally Round / oval shaped fruit to squares and hearts Russians are paying as much as $800 square watermelon which is roughly 300 times the price of a normal one you have to admit the square ones would fit so much easier into your fridge his heart shaped ones take around 3 years to grow number 17 going a little pear shaped pears found around the world generally near the coast with places of moderate temperature the fruit mold company in China have perfected the art of growing pear shaped like little Buddhas complete with their round bellies Serene expression and folded arms assembly that eating his little pair of swim Immortal although we’re having our doubts you can buy a mold yourself and try growing it home as one of these cost around $8 each number 16 the perfect gift in Japan it’s customary to give fruit as presents and this has given rise to Farmers growing perfect fruit a little later will tell you about the fruit getting gift shop but right now let us introduce you to the blackest skin stripeless densuke watermelon these unusual-looking melons retail for $121 for one and they’re grown on Japan’s northernmost call Hokkaido only 100 of these are grown every year and their reported to have a very sweet taste one sold at auction for $6,100 back in 2008 number 15 this is very special these are Sabika Queens fairies and their course in Japan these perfect strawberries are red from the tip to the base and are considered the most beautiful strawberries in the world they cost you $85 for 12 and they’re definitely not the kind of strawberry or going to Tarzana fruit salad or Dallas with delicious cream in fact you may battle to eat them as their that perfect number 14 in apple a day in this case an apple a day would make you extremely broke sekai-ichi Apple’s sekaiichi translated means world’s number one are very very they’re also very large and can grow up to 15in around and weigh as much is 2 lb 1 Apple will set you back $21 if in the market for 43 years now and sales are not slowing down these apples are washed with honey which is said to Bama blemish-free number 13 you’re the avocado to my toast South Central Mexico is where avocados originate from and of late they’ve become one of the top superfoods on the market this has of course LED them to being rather pricey and things handed New Zealand the fruit is very expensive there and if quit high value on the black market so thieves are now stealing thousands of dollars worth of avocados and selling them online 2016 was Rife with all the thieves who are Brazen enough to sell fruit on Facebook they cost around $6 for avocado in New Zealand not too long ago Tim Gurner a millionaire property developer had strong words to say about the younger generation and there wasting of money on fruits like all those things you should put that money away pay for deposit on a house scary but true number 12 Precious Cargo these are Tayo no tamago mangoes which stands for eggs of the Sun and they are exceptionally expensive two of these amazing mangos sold auction for $3,000 once these mangoes have to weigh more than 350 G and the very high sugar content number 11 put your money where your mouth is yubari cantaloupes are unlike your regular store-bought can they cost around $225 for a pair to see how they grow these melons is quite amusing as they’re giving little hats to prevent them from being sunburned each plant produces only one fruit so that the fruit absorbs all of the plant sweetness there Ryan is all very smooth and their shape a perfect oval in 2008 a pair of these exotic cantaloupe sold at auction for $24,750 number 10 is it worth it every year we are subjected to a new superfood and then we all go out and spend a fortune on it and hope to goodness it delivers what it promises younger-looking skin decrease appetite cure for cancer and the list goes on SIUE berries burst on the food scene in 2001 and they are the small dark very obvious in 2008 the sale of these berries brought in a revenue of 13.5 million dollars you’ll pay around $8 for 400 grams which is only 14% And 86% water number 9 eat your heart out at a cost of 1.4 million dollars you might just need to sell your heart these are strawberries are no and they’re really just regular strawberries with one major Edition a 4.7 carat pink diamond bring it comes served with a $24,850 bottle of Charles the 10th crystalic or don’t stress if you can’t afford the whole package you can still order the strawberries and cream for around $8 just a word of advice if you’re at that stage of your life when you’re Africans other is expecting a proposal stay far away from this desert number 8 be a pineapple and stand tall is pineapple is definitely the leader of the pack with one which is just about ready to be eaten and is worth $13,000 they are nurtured over the course of 2 years were very traditional gardening techniques that are also very expensive they’re grown in the Lost Gardens of heligan located in Cornwall those in the know combined horse manure urine and along with the chemical reaction from a small Greenhouse they’ve been growing the pineapples just like that since the 19th century and in those days they would rent the pineapples out to wealthy Victorian families could use them as table Decor strangely though they’re not going to sell the fruit but they’re going to cut it up and feed it to the Garden staff number 7 when life gives you great we are back in Japan and sampling some of their very pricey Roman Great’s a string of these expensive grapes hold 30 individuals as much as 20 grams a string of Roman grades can sell at auction for $9,300 but a bunch of them has sold for $14,600 which was a record price many fires secret social prestige in the fruits are all displayed for as long as they can before eating them the grapes are exceptionally sweet and are as big as a ping pong ball number 6 Thang orange considered of the fruit of the future This Is The Day coupons Citrus David karp a writer for LA Times says this is the best he’s ever had and you can take his word for it as he’s tried over 8000 Citrus varieties there is just one catch however you’ll pay $80 for a small bag of them this hybrid fruit half human and half pumpkin was developed in Japan in 1972 they’re bigger than just a regular Mandarin and some have grown to the size of a softball they’re very sweet juicy and future a large bump on the head of the fruit in 2006 they celebrated day kapantay in Japan to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the first shipment of this coveted fruit number 5 going bananas artwork on bananas has been trending on the odd occasion on social media and it’s amazing what the artists are able to achieve in the skin and the app places like Japan the very wealthy by these designer bananas are some of a status symbol you can understand why the artwork is just amazing but the shelf life is very short number for the cherry on top we see most of our exotic fruit coming from Japan but these gorgeous cherries are from Hong Kong they were snapped at Hong Kong’s Fruit Market selling for $65 a Punnett these are Tasmanian slate ripening cherries and they’re very popular round is New Year in Spring Festival they’re well known for being Pest and disease-free and demand is so high for these cherries at X words are expected to double within the next couple of years number 3 it’s time to celebrate all over the world we celebrate special or quirky days like chocolate fondue day or compliment day and in Japan it’s very similar they celebrate tofu day October 8th honey day August 3rd and now they also have coca Sunday on May the this day celebrates the gokusen banana Dole food company in Japan study the 100 types of bananas from around the world took out the best bits from each offering and created the gokusen banana they won’t tell anyone where this banana grow is all we know is that it’s 500 meters above sea level and the temperature is spot-on to create the world’s best banana their sweeter more fragrant and have a better texture they cost $6 each number two Shop til you drop you would love to do that here to look at some frightfully expensive fruits but where can you buy them from online is of course one option or you can head to the sembikiya fruit Emporium this door has been open since 1834 and this is a high-end fruit gift shop there you will find everything that we’ve mentioned in this video including cherries that cost $4 each a medley of 6 fruits for 170 and the list goes on number one bend me shape me anyway you want me the Perfect soundtrack for The perfectly shaped yokan these pentagon-shaped oranges were grown in Japan in our mix of Mandarin and oranges only 300 we’re grown so although we don’t have an exact price you can pretty much expect that it’s going to be steep
As our population increases, so does the need for food increase dramatically. Add the crops needed to create ethanol and the ever-changing climates, and you will have certainly noticed a general increase in the price of fruits and vegetables. However, the costs of these fruits are taking that to a whole new level – so next time you think those grapes are a little pricey you’re buying – think of these!

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8 – Be a pineapple
And stand tall! This pineapple is definitely the leader of the pack, with one which is just about ready to be eaten, and is worth $13,000! They are nurtured over the course of 2-years, with very traditional gardening techniques that are also very expense. They are grown in the Lost Gardens of Heligan, located in Cornwall. Those in the know combine horse manure, urine and piles of straw, along with a chemical reaction from a small greenhouse. They’ve been growing the pineapples just like that since the 19th century, and in those days, they would rent the pineapples out to wealthy Victorian families, who would use them as table décor. Strangely though, they’re not going to sell the fruit – but they’re going to cut it up and feed it to the garden staff. A spokesperson for the garden, James Stephens, says the fruit is “deliciously sweet, not stringy, and with an explosive flavour”.

7 – When life gives you grapes
We’re back in Japan, and sampling some of their very pricey Roman grapes. A string of these expensive grapes holds 30 individual grapes, with each grape weighing as much as 20-grams. A string of Roman grapes can sell at auction for $9350, and a bunch has sold for $14,600 – which was a record price. Many buyers seek social prestige, and the fruits are often displayed for as long as they can, before eating them. The grapes are exceptionally sweet and are as big as a ping-pong ball!

6 – Think Orange
Considered the fruit of the future, this is the Dekopon Citrus. David Karp, a writer for the LA Times, says this citrus is the best he’s ever had, and you can take his word for it, as he’s tried over a thousand citrus varieties. There’s just one catch… you’ll pay $80 for a small bag of them. This hybrid fruit – half Kiyomi and Ponkan, was developed in Japan in 1972. They’re bigger than a regular mandarin, and some have grown to the size of softball. They’re very sweet, juicy and feature a large bump on the head of the fruit. In 2006, they celebrated Dekopon day in Japan, to celebrate the 15-year Anniversary of the 1st shipment of the coveted fruit.

5 – Going bananas
Artwork on bananas has been trending on the odd occasion on social media, and it’s amazing what the artists are able to achieve in the skin and the actual banana. In places like Japan, the very wealthy buy these designer bananas, which are a status symbol. You can understand why… the artwork is just amazing and the shelf life very short.

4 – The cherry on top
We’ve seen most of our exotic fruit coming from Japan, but these gorgeous cherries are from Hong Kong. They were snapped at Hong Kong’s Yau Ma Tei fruit market selling for $65 a punnet! These are Tasmania’s late-ripening cherries, and they very popular around the Chinese New Year and Spring festival. They’re well-known for being pest and disease free, and demand is so high for these cherries, that exports are expected to double within the next couple of years.

3 – It’s time to celebrate…
All over the world we celebrate special or quirky days, like chocolate fondue day or Compliment day, and in Japan it’s very similar. They celebrate Tofu Day – October the 8th, Honey Day – August the 3rd and now they also have Gokusen Day on May the 9th. This day celebrates the Gokusen banana. Dole, a food company in Japan, studied 100 types of bananas from around the world, took out the best bits from each offering and created the Gokusen banana. They won’t tell anyone where this banana grows, all we know is that it’s 500 meters above sea level and the temperature is spot on, to create the world’s best banana. They’re sweeter, more fragrant with a better texture. These cost $6 each

2 – Shop till you drop
You would love to do that here. We’ve had a look at some frightfully expensive fruits, but where can you buy them from? Online is of course one option, or you can head to the Sembikiya fruit emporium. This store has been open since 1834 and this is a high-end fruit gift shop. There you will find everything that I’ve mentioned in this video, including cherries that cost $4 each, a medley of 6 fruits for $170 and the list goes on.

1 – Bend Me, Shape Me
Anyway you want me! The perfect soundtrack for the perfectly shaped Iyokan. These pentagon shaped oranges were grown in Japan, and are a mix of mandarins and oranges. Only 300 were grown, so although we don’t have a price – you can well believe that it will be steep!

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