Pomelo is a citrus fruit that is similar in appearance to a grapefruit, but much larger. It is native to Southeast Asia and is grown in many countries such as Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and China.
Pomelos are typically round or pear-shaped, with thick yellow or green skin that can be easily peeled. The flesh inside is pale yellow, pink, or red, and is usually segmented like other citrus fruits. The flavor of pomelo is sweet and slightly tart, with a refreshing and aromatic taste.
Pomelos are often used in salads, desserts, and drinks, and are also enjoyed as a healthy snack. They are a good source of vitamin C, potassium, and fiber, and are low in calories. In traditional Chinese medicine, pomelo is believed to have medicinal properties and is used to treat various health conditions.