Introduced from East Africa in Canary Islands by the Portuguese in the 16th century, it was then brought by Brother Tomas de Berlanga into the Spanish colony of Hispaniola where it spread into the Americas. The Canary banana is characterized by a bright yellow colored skin dotted with black stains and yellow-orange pulp. The mild climate of Tenerife allows the banana to stay longer in the plant which makes its sweeter and juicer than its widespread Cavendish siblings.
Perfect to be eaten raw, in a fruit salad or in a smoothie
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