Champion (Artocarpus champeden, Chempedak or Cempedak). Originally from Malaysia, where it is mainly grown, it is also cultivated in neighboring Brunei, Thailand, Indonesia. A relative of Marange, Breadfruit and Jackfruit.
The fruits are elongated, large (up to 45 cm in length and up to 15 cm in width), covered with a yellow-brown rough skin, smell pleasantly. The peel can be easily removed by hand, however, it is worth remembering that because of the released latex, it is very sticky. The pulp is divided into segments, it is dark yellow in color, juicy, sweet and tender, with round bones (they are also eaten). The taste of Chempedak is similar to a relative – Jackfruit.
Chempedak contains B vitamins, vitamin C, carotene, calcium, potassium, iron, phosphorus, that is, a very useful fruit, in particular for strengthening immunity, bones and teeth, and is also very good as a general strengthening product.