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Scientific Binomial Name: Diospyros digyna


Use in dips or sliced for a healthy chocolate-like dessert.


Also called chocolate Pudding Fruit or Black Persimmon, good-quality Sapote will have soft and slightly wrinkled skin. The skin will turn from bright-green to olive as it ripens.


Avoid product that is so soft the skin has split or has black scars or bruises.


Refrigerate unwashed, ripe Black Sapotes in a plastic or paper bag for 3 to 5 days. For longer storage, pulp should be frozen.


Let Black Sapotes ripen uncovered in a dark place at room temperature. Turn them as they ripen until they yield slightly to the touch.

  • Nutritional Information
  • Sapotes are very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. They're also a very good source of Vitamin C.

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