Key Features1) Kai-Ying Pineapple Series No. 2 Regular Kai-King pineapples are among the best within the Kai-Ying series. The pineapple’s shape resembles a smooth cylinder without a normal pineapple’s characteristic lumps. The fruit inside is light-colored, ideal for canned production. Harvesting season is usually from June to August each year. 2) Tai-Nong No. 4 (Custard Apple Pineapple) The fruit inside is a deep yellow, with fine fibers. Soft and at the same time crispy, this pineapple is extremely fragrant. Custard Apple Pineapples are harvested around March to April each year. 3) Tai-Nong No. 6 (Apple Pineapple) Boasting a thin skin with fruit in varying shades of yellow, this pineapple is both soft and crisp. Extremely juicy, with a rich flavor, Apple Pineapples have a sweetness level of 15 and are harvested from April to May each year. 4) Tai-Nong No. 11 (Perfume Pineapple) Its fruit ranges from light yellow to yellow, with thin, strong fibers. The fruit is quite firm, and contains a large amount of juice. This pineapple gives off its own unique fragrance and is harvested from May to June each year. 5) Tai-Nong No. 13 (Winter Honey Pineapple/Sugar Cane Pineapple) The fruit is deep yellow, with coarser fibers, and is quite firm. Sweet and tangy, this pineapple has a strong, unique fragrance, and is harvested from August to February each year. 6) Tai-Nong No. 16 (Sweet Pineapple) Its fruit ranges from light yellow to yellow, with no rough fibers, yielding a delicate flesh. Sweet and tangy, this pineapple has a strong, unique fragrance, and is harvested from April to July each year. 7) Tai-Nong No. 17 (Golden Diamond Pineapple) This pineapple is fragrant and sweet, with tender fruit. Delicately sweet and delicious, the Golden Diamond Pineapple is harvested twice a year, from March to May, and October to November.
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