How do you pronounce "acai" berry?


The word "acai" is pronounced "ah-sigh-EE" with emphasis placed on the end syllable. The acai berry is a small fruit similar in size to a grape. It grows on palm trees in South America.

Acai berries are used as food and for health reasons. The berries are often juiced or used as flavoring for tea and other beverages by local populations in South America. The berries are eaten whole or made into jelly just like any other fruit. The acai berry is often called a super fruit because of its nutritional profile. People around the world take acai supplements for their reported antioxidant benefits.

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Acai berries are smaller than a grape and dark purple in color. The Acai berry is mostly seed, covered in a small amount of pulp. The seed, which is about ninety percent of the berry
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