10+ Fruits that Start with Y

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Looking for fruits that start with Y? You’re in the right place. We’ve gathered every single fruit we could find in this list.

1. Ya Pear

If you like Bosc pears, you’ll probably like Ya pears. This Chinese pear has a crisp texture with a little less sugar in it.

But if you’re looking for the juiciest pears, you can check out the list we’ve made of the juiciest pears out there.

2. Yangmei

Yangmei is a Chinese fruit that is also often called the yumberry. There are two main kinds of this fruit: a sweet kind and a sour kind. Both are commonly used to make juices or eaten raw.

3. Yatay Palm Fruit

The Yatay palm, with its gorgeous palm tree looks, can be grown as a purely ornamental plant. However, it does also produce a sweet fruit that’s safe for human consumption.

4. Yellow Guava

The yellow guava is also sometimes referred to as the apple guava. It’s easy to see why, because it looks a lot like a lumpy apple or lime.

These fruits start off growing slow but have a bit of a growth spurt after this slow period.

Read Also: What Does Guava Fruit Taste Like?

5. Yellow Sapote

Another name for yellow sapote is canistel. This fruit looks like a yellowish tomato on the outside, but if you slice it open, you’ll find a pit inside it like an apricot.

6. Yellow Watermelon

As you might have guessed, yellow watermelon is a type of watermelon. For the most part, yellow watermelons are like their pink counterparts. However, some say they taste a little bit sweeter than pink watermelons.

You can learn more about how they taste in our guide to what yellow watermelon tastes like.

7. Yemenite Citron

Have you ever wished that lemons could have enough to go around? Well, you’re in luck, because with Yemenite citrons, that wish is a reality.

Yemenite citrons are just gigantic citrus fruits. At full maturity, they get large enough to hold in your arms.

8. York Imperial Apple

York Imperial apples are a particular type of apple. History shows that it was first planted in the United States in the early 1800’s.

Since its creation, other strains of apples have descended from the York Imperial, including Ramey York and Yorking apples.

9. Young Mango

The Young mango was originally named after a doctor in 1964. Forty years later, people started called the fruit the Tebow mango after the NFL quarterback Tim Tebow.

10. Youngberry

Youngberries are a combination of raspberries, blackberries, and dewberries. However, they most closely resemble raspberries. You can eat them raw or make juice and jam out of them.

11. Yuzu

Yuzu is a Japanese citrus fruit. It is not commonly eaten raw in Japan. Most people there use its rind to make a sort of lemony zest.

 

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