These tiny berries are grown in South America.
Consumers are increasingly looking towards miniaturization of products and this trend is beginning to cover all areas of our lives. Mobile phones, computers and music players are becoming every year less. But on the products on the market also have to look at. Look, for example, for this fruit from South America, called Pepquinos.

It looks like a real watermelon, only a little. One suspects here the work of genetic engineers, but in fact this fruit is created solely by nature. The taste they resemble cucumbers and they are often served in expensive restaurants in the salads, or as an appetizer to the main course.

Pepquinos were discovered and brought to Europe in 1987, a Dutch company, which later began to produce their seeds for sale.

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