9 Fruits that End in O (Complete List)

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Looking for fruits whose names end in “O”? We have done the research for you. We have listed all of them in this article along with a brief description.

Keep reading to learn more.

1. Avocado

The avocado fruit is technically a large berry. Considered a superfood, avocado is packed with various nutrients and healthy fat. The popularity of avocado in the last decades has given rise to different creative recipes and ways to eat the fruit. Grown in tropical and Mediterranean climates, 34% of the world’s avocado is grown in Mexico.

2. Babaco

This fruit is a narrower version of papaya, which it is related to. Native to Ecuador, Babaco fruit is without seeds, and its smooth skin is also edible. People tend to liken its taste to that of a pineapple, kiwi, strawberry, and of course, papaya.

3. Huito

Native to the tropical forests of the Americas, Huito has different names, the most common ones being, Genipap in English, and Huito, jagua, caruto, and tapaculo in Spanish. The thick-skinned fruit is usually eaten and made into ice cream, drinks, and jellies.

4. Mango

Originating from South Asia, this popular tropical fruit has various cultivars and is now grown across different parts of the world. Although it is mostly eaten ripe, green, unripe mangoes are also consumed in some countries.

5. Peumo

The Peumo is usually grown for its trees which are used in the production of ornaments. However, its red berry fruit is also edible. Peumos are mostly grown in Chile and Argentina.

6. Pomelo

Known as the largest fruit in the citrus family, this Southeast Asian fruit has a taste reminiscent of sweet grapefruit. Pomelos (or pummelos) are commonly consumed fresh but are also a popular juice flavor, while its rind is made into candies.

7. Pomato

Pomato is technically not a fruit-bearing plant in the same way as the rest of this list is.  It is actually a grafted plant produced by grafting a tomato and a potato (hence the name). The result is a plant that bears cherry tomatoes on the vine, while potatoes grow in the soil.

8. Tamarillo

Native to South America but also popular in the US and Australia, this fruit is characterized by its egg-shaped appearance, about 4 to 10 centimeters in size. The fruit’s color varies from red to yellow and orange. These sweet fruits are rich in vitamins and iron and low in calories.

9. Tomato

One would not usually think of tomatoes when talking about fruits, but yes, this salad staple is technically a fruit. Discovered in South and Central America, this fruit-vegetable is considered the region’s most enduring culinary export.


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