9 Most expensive fruits in the world

Densuke Watermelon: Grown exclusively in Hokkaido, Japan, Densuke watermelons are known for their distinctive black rind. They have a limited harvest and are often sold at auctions, with individual melons fetching high prices, sometimes over $10,000.

Yubari King Melon: Another Japanese fruit, Yubari King melons, are prized for their sweetness and exceptional quality. They are grown in greenhouses in Yubari, Hokkaido, and are often given as luxury gifts. Prices can range from several hundred to thousands of dollars per melon.

Ruby Roman Grapes: These grapes are a special variety grown in Ishikawa, Japan. Ruby Roman grapes are known for their large size, deep red color, and exquisite taste. They are meticulously cultivated, and a single bunch of Ruby Roman grapes has been sold for more than $11,000.

Pineapples from the Lost Gardens of Heligan: Grown in the UK's Lost Gardens of Heligan, these pineapples are hand-picked and cultivated using traditional Victorian methods. They have a unique flavor and are considered a delicacy, with prices reaching several hundred dollars per pineapple.

Sekai Ichi Apples: Sekai Ichi apples, originating from Japan, are known for their immense size and superior taste. The name "Sekai Ichi" translates to "world's number one," emphasizing their quality. These apples can be quite expensive, with prices ranging from $5 to $20 per apple.

Dekopon Citrus: Dekopon, also known as Sumo citrus, is a large, seedless mandarin with a distinctive bumpy skin. They are primarily grown in Japan and have gained popularity for their sweet, juicy flavor. Dekopon citrus can be quite costly, with prices ranging from $6 to $12 per fruit.

Sembikiya Queen Strawberries: Sembikiya, a luxury fruit retailer in Japan, offers a special variety of strawberries known as Sembikiya Queen. These strawberries are carefully cultivated to be large, sweet, and perfectly shaped. A box of Sembikiya Queen strawberries can cost around $100 or more.

Buddha-shaped Pears: Grown in Hebei province, China, these pears are carefully molded into a Buddha shape while they are still small and developing. They are considered a symbol of prosperity and are often given as gifts. Prices for these Buddha-shaped pears can vary but can reach several dollars per fruit.

Taiyo no Tamago Mangoes: Taiyo no Tamago, meaning "Egg of the Sun," is a premium variety of mango grown in Japan. These mangoes are known for their vibrant color, rich flavor, and smooth texture. They are usually sold as luxury gifts and can cost several hundred dollars per mango.