Sugar Apple Nutrition Facts

Sugar Apple

A custard apple, formally known as Annona reticulata, is a tropical fruit native to Central America and parts of South America. This peculiar fruit, closely related to the soursop, sugar apple, and several citrus fruits, grows on a shrub of the same name and is known as Sharifa or Cetaphil (India) or bullock’s heart depending on where you are in the world. The fruit is made up of many ovaries that come together to form a single fruit that is somewhat larger than a sugar apple and has rough skin.