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Here in Guatemala we have a wide array of fruits and veggie to choose from at the local market. Most of the produce is grown right here in country, while a few things do come in from Mexico. We easily find bananas, limes, avocados, garlic, mangos, pineapple, melons, zucchini, broccoli, carrots, potatoes, and beets (to name a few). Bananas, Sugar Cane and Coffee are Guatemala's top commodities, but we are always interested in the lesser known produce. 
We decided to take a peek through the local market to see what we could find and bring some interesting fruits back to the HIPTIPICO HQ to learn more!
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1) STAR FRUIT aka CARAMBOLA
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2) Guanábana which apparently in English is 
Soursop
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3) Granadilla (inside 
jelly-like pulp with black edible seeds!)
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4) Nances (tropical tiny fruit with pit inside)
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We tasted all of these live on snapchat, so be sure to tune in and not miss our next session! @hiptipico. Love our handmade friendship bracelets? Find them here!  
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