A fruit that originated in the Bolivian rainforest and is lauded for its nutritious properties is being introduced to British consumers.
The Achacha, which is now grown in Australia, has been introduced to the UK high street for the first time by Marks & Spencer, where it costs £2.50 for a pack of four.
A small orange-coloured fruit in the same family as the mangosteen, it has a melon-like taste and soft texture. Its nutrients include calcium and vitamin C and it is said to have less sugar than many other fruits.
Achacha can be eaten at room temperature, cold or even frozen and the skin can be turned into a "thirst-quenching" drink, the retailer said.