Avocado: Yields light pinks/peach also greys & light browns
Source: Local market - Extracted from skins and pits
The fruit tree originates in Mexico and ranges from Costa Rica, Columbia and Peru to Ecuador. Later introduced to the U.S. in 1825 and then to Florida & Hawaii in 1833 followed by California in 1856.
The avocado fruit, also called alligator pear, is one large berry with a single large pit or seed.
Health benefits include more than 20 vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, high in potassium, vitamins C, E, B. Good for the eyes; boosts collagen production for beautiful skin; soothes inflammation; good digestion and bowel movements with less gas or bloating and supports the immune system.