Originates from the Amazon and the Caribbean Antilles. In Colombia the development of the harvest begins in the XIX century, just a short time later around 450 hectares had grown with this fruit, as production techniques improved, the areas would grow and at the same time, the quality and the yield of its harvests. At the moment there are approximately 2500 technologically enhanced hectares and distributed in nearly ten clones.

Our harvests are located in two orchards: The lowest one between 850 750 and 850 m. a. s. l.with an average temperature of 26°C, the highest one, located between 1100 and 1200 m.s.n.m.

Common names:

Colombia: Guanábana

Spanish: Guanábana, guanábano, anona, catche, catoche, catuche, zapote agrio.

English: Brazilian pawpaw, soursop, prickly custard apple, Soursapi.

German: Sauersack, Stachelannone, anona, flashendaum, stachel anone, stachliger.

French: Anone muriquee, cachiman épineux, corossol épineux, anone, cachiman épineux, caichemantier, coeur of boeuf, corossol, corossolier, epineux

Dutch: Zuurzak

Portuguese: graviola, araticum-grande, araticum-manso, coração-de-rainha, jaca-de-pobre, jaca-do-pará, curassol, graviola, pinha azeda

Tahitiano: Tapotapo Pope `to, tapotapo urupê

Chinese: 劇果蛋荔枝