Manitkara zapota 

MOSTLY FOUND in the North and Northeast regions, especially in Pará, Pernambuco, Bahia and Ceará – many streets of Fortaleza, the state capital, are adorned by sapodilla trees. Native to southern Mexico and Central America, the fruit has a soft, yellowish, and very sweet pulp, to be eaten preferably fresh and chilled, in juices or ice creams. Sliced, it can be added to salads, and a jam made with it can be used as an accompaniment for some fish.