What is the key to finding the best tasting fruit? The variety name!
Just like apples, all fruit have a variety name, and just like apples, different varieties taste different.
We know that Gala apples are sweet and crisp, while Cox are more soft and tangy, but are less familiar with the difference between Shelley and Kent mangoes, Hass and Fuerte avocados, or Sable and Autumn Royal grapes. There can be a huge difference, especially in flavour and the Good Fruit Guide will highlight those varieties that are particularly tasty.
All packaging of fruit should have the variety name and the country of origin: so check the labels and make a habit of knowing what variety you are eating!
Â©Good Fruit Guide. Recommendations on fruit varieties and types with the very best taste are personal to the editor of Good Fruit Guide, and do not attempt to be exhaustive or supported by verifiable consumer research. The highlighting of fruit with the very best taste in the opinion of the editor is not intended as a judgement on the taste of varieties and types of fruit not mentioned.