The custard apple "Anona" is a fruit of regional cultivation, originating in the high regions of the Andes (Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru), occupying an area of approximately 104 hectares.
The custard apple tree (Annona cherimola Mill.) has easily adaptedto our Island by finding soil and climatic conditions close to those of the geographical area of its origin.
Depending on the appearance of the skin, the custard apple has some similarities with the artichoke.
Its pulp is usually white and has a unique with an unmistakable taste of its own.