Most expensive fruits in the world

There are some fruits that will require you to dig deep into your pockets. made a list for us.

#1 Budha- shaped Pears- These can be found in China. A farmer named Zing Hangchow from Hebei province is the one who is responsible for this fruit. Chinese myth says that if you eat magical Buddha shaped fruit you could become immortal. These costs $8 for a pair.

#2 Sekai Ichi apples- in English the name of the apples translates to 'world’s number one'. These apples are huge and can weigh up to 2 pounds. In 2014 these apples celebrated their 40th birthday but they still remain the most expensive apples in the world. If you want to buy just one apple you need to pay $21.

#3 Dekopon Citrus-If you love mandarin oranges you are really going to love the Dekopon version. These oranges are much larger than mandarin oranges: they are the size of a softball. They are considered to be sweetest oranges in the world. Farmers started growing this fruit in 1972 and only the most perfect oranges make the cut. If you want these oranges, expect to pay $80 for a tray of 6.

#4Sembikia Queen Strawberries- These are the most beautiful strawberries in existence and appearance is what you are paying for. They are a beautiful red. The leaf on top is perfectly shaped and it’s very dark green. You can actually see the pure white seeds coming through the skin. Now, If you want to buy these strawberries, you need to pay $85 for a pack of 12.

#5 Square Watermelons - The square watermelon is yet another expensive fruit that is grown in Japan in 2014. They are grown in a box which gives them their square shape. The average weight of a square watermelon is 13 pounds. Most people who are willing to pay the outrageous price of $800 per watermelon don’t even eat them, choosing to display the melon in their homes for decoration.

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