Seedless lime is a type of lime fruit that is grown through selective breeding or genetic modification to produce fruits without seeds. Seedless limes are often preferred by consumers as they are more convenient to use in cooking and drinks, as there is no need to remove the seeds.
Seedless limes may also be called "seedless Persian limes" or "seedless Tahiti limes," as these are the most common types of limes that are grown without seeds. They have the same flavor and appearance as regular limes but are generally slightly smaller in size.
Seedless limes are commonly used in a variety of dishes and drinks, including cocktails, marinades, dressings, and desserts. They are also a good source of vitamin C and other nutrients.