Is a small round tropical fruit also called Sapota or Sapodilla of the family of Sapotaceae native to South America and endowed with a brown pulp. Rich in dietary fiber, it facilitates digestion and protects the colon’s mucous membranes against carcinogenic toxins. The fruit is rich in antioxidant polyphenolic compound tannin. The tannins found in Chikoo are a composite family of polyphenols with natural components. Studies on the effects of tannins on the body have shown that they have astringent properties and have real anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial and antiparasitic effects. Chikoo has a large amount of Vitamins A and C and other vitamins such as folate, niacin and pantothenic acid and therefore has significant antioxidant activity. Vitamin A is known to provide protection for cancers of the mouth and lung, among others. Vitamin C’s main function is to help the body develop resistance against infectious agents and to eliminate harmful free radicals from the human body. Source of potassium, iron and copper, iron. These phytonutrients are essential for optimal health because they are involved in various metabolic processes of the body as cofactors of enzymes.