Cupuaçu is considered the national fruit of Brazil and is related to the cacao tree. The Cupuaçu fruit is comparable to its cacao relative having a rich, chocolate flavor with hints of tropical fruit such as melon or pineapple. Cupuaçu is high in antioxidants, essential nutrients, and vitamins.
Graviola, or soursop, is native to the tropical regions of the Americas. It has a slightly sour taste that packs a good source of vitamin C, fiber, potassium, and many other vitamins and minerals.
Maqui berries have a tart flavor similar to blackberries and cherries. The fruit is more popular in its powder form than its raw berry form, where it can be easily incorporated and sweetened in recipes. The Maqui fruit is considered a Brazilian superfood because of its high antioxidant content.
Red Pitaya (also known as dragon fruit) is a tropical fruit from the cactus family. The flavor is sweet with slight earthy notes. Red Pitaya contains high amounts of fiber, minerals, and vitamins, especially vitamin C.