3. The indigenous people name this fruit tree after a large animal - what animal and why?
4. What is the main commodity produced from the fruit?
This fruit is particularly rich in Vitamin C - it is used locally to make jam, jelly and juice. The nut at its centre is eaten as a snack but also added to cooked dishes for added flavour. An essential oil is extracted from it's seeds being highly beneficial to human health and it is also used for cooking. The indigenous people put it on their hair and skin as it serves as a moisturiser. The skin of the fruit is dried and ground to make a substitute for coffee.
Clue: The main product made from this fruit is finally processed in the Netherlands.
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