(Pouteria ucuqui belongs to the Sapotaceae family and is native to Colombia, Venezuela and Brazil. It grows in the departments of Vaupés, Amazonas and Guainía at altitudes between 100 and 250 meters above sea level. The main edible part of the fruit is the white the inner, usually woody layer - the stone in a stonefruitendocarp (part that covers the seed), whose flavor is sweet and very pleasant. In some growing in a particular place; nativeindigenous communities it is cooked to obtain a colada. The reddish pulp of the fruit is not usually eaten in the territories where it grows. However, it also has a sweet flavor that allows it to be used.
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