Avocado
There are about 400 varieties of avocado, but they all have these characteristics in common. The skin is relatively hard, green to black and slightly ribbed. The soft and creamy flesh is light green or yellow in color.

Banana
Banana plants are primarily cultivated for their fruit. These fruits are about 20 centimetres long and slightly curved.

Coconut
The exact origin is unknown, but coconuts are likely from South Asia and South America. The term coconut refers to the seed of the coconut palm.

Kiwi
The kiwi fruit originates from China.The common kiwi is oval shaped. It has a fibrous, dull brown-green skin and bright green or golden flesh. The flesh contains rows of tiny, black, edible seeds.

Mango
Mango is native to India and is a drupe fruit, like a peach. The original mango trees can reach 35–40 meters in height. There are over 100 different types of mangos and they all have a leathery inedible skin.

Papaya
The papaya, also known as mamao, tree melon or pawpaw, is the fruit of the tree Carica papaya. Originally papaya is from southern Mexico, Central America and northern South America. The fruit is pear-shaped with a green, yellow, thin peel.

Physalis
Physalis, also known as the Cape Gooseberry or Ground-cherry, is native to Central and South America. It is related to the tomato, not at all related to the gooseberry or the Chinese gooseberry that the common name might suggest. The fruit is a small round berry.

Pineapple
The well-known pineapple fruit is actually a complex flower head that forms around the stem. Each of the eyes on the surface is the dried base of a small flower. The pineapple is the only cultivated fruit whose main stem runs completely through it.