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Need a break from all that Cheese? Check out one of the newest passengers aboard…
Need a break from all that Cheese? Check out one of the newest passengers aboard the Slow Food Ark of Taste: Brazilian jaracatiá! This sweet, South American fruit is said to help treat parasitic worms, and is deeply connected with the history and culture of both native people and settlers in Brazil. High regard for jaracatiá fruit products has created a movement to responsibly manage jaracatiá trees and their ecosystem. For example, a recent joint effort between producers and the government of São Pedro led to the planting of many trees around the town that are expected to bear fruit in the coming year!
Jaracatiá – Brazil – Fresh and Dried Fruit | Ark of Taste | Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity
Jaracatiá is name from the Tupi-Guarani people's words "Yaca rati a," meaning "one with fragrant fruit" due to its intense aroma…