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Black Diamond Apple, a Rare & Mysterious Fruit; You Will be Shocked to Know its Price

Shikha Parewa
Shikha Parewa
Black Apples on the Tree

Have you ever heard of a black apple? I am sure No!! But let me tell you that besides red and green apples, there are also black colored apples.

Where is black diamond apple found? 

Black diamond apple is found very rare and it grows in remote places in the world.  As black apples are not known to many people, farmers are very curious to grow this variety of apples but it is not that possible because it requires a particular type of climate. It is grown on the hills of Bhutan, this variety of apple is called 'Hua Niyu' 

A Chinese company Dandong Tialuo Sheng Nong E-commerce Trade cultivates it in 50 hectares of land. Here apples are not found on the basis of a kilo, but on the basis of per apple.

Price of black apple

The price of each black apple (Black Diamond Apple Price) is 50 Yuan i.e. 500 rupees. 

Are black diamond apples safe to eat? 

Due to its color, it is common to have a doubt, whether can we eat it or not? The answer is that it is as safe as a red or green apple.  

The Black Diamond apple is as healthier as other common apples. Black apples are high in soluble fiber, which aids in cholesterol reduction and the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Furthermore, they contain insoluble fiber, which aids digestion. They also have a good amount of vitamin C and A, as well as potassium and iron. 

Some other facts about black diamond apple: 

  • From the outside, the black apple is so smooth and beautiful that its radiance can be seen from a long distance. 

  • This apple is not widely available. Its production is extremely limited.

  • A common apple tree takes 4 to 5 years to mature, while a black apple tree takes 8 years to mature

  • Only 30%of these trees are capable of producing black apples. 

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