The ‘Yellow Mombin’ is a member of the Spondias-genus, and is called ‘Cajá’ among the Brazilians. It is a tropical fruit native to the northeastern part of the country. The fruit is collected from wild plants and it rarely cultivated. The acceptance of the fruit is increasing, not only due to the relevant national and regional commercialization, but also due to the international market. It may vary per specie, but on an average the fruit contains an acid value comparable to an orange. Nevertheless, Cajá has a high attractiveness because of its sharp exotic flavor and aroma. The fruit appears to be a mango, ripening yellow or orange, but smaller up to around two inches. It is used for all kinds of preparations and purposes, but mostly offered as frozen pulp. The fruit is a real health boost: Low in fat and cholesterol, but including several vitamins, minerals and carotenoids. Especially the carotenoids are beneficial to human immunity and bone growth, as they allow the body to produce its own retinol (vitamin A). Besides, the carotenoids like β-cryptoxanthin operate as pro-vitamin C and serve your body as an anti-oxidant.