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Tropical tree of the Sapotaceae family, native to the low elevation areas of Central America and the Caribbean. Its fruit is round and purple and is generally green around the sepal and with a star pattern. It has several names: cainito, caimito, cayumito, star apple, golden leaf tree, abiaba, pomme de lait, star and aguay.
Mangifera indica, commonly mango or peach in the tropics, is a tree species belonging to the anacardiaceae family. Grown on a large scale in regions where there is no significant frost, there are more than 500 varieties of mangos recorded, and the taste is very different from one variety to another.
El Chico is the fruit of the Manilkara Zapota tree of the family of the sapotaceae (formerly called Sapota, zapotilla or Achras zapota) originating in Mexico, Central America and tropical South America. Its pulp is brown, translucent and very sweet. The color of the shell is light brown, the pulp, light orange, and the seed, black.