The lulo is a plant and fruit typical of the Andes, where it grows spontaneously, and is found in different countries of Latin America, this plant produces fruits similar to a rounded yellow tomato, but its pulp is normally greenish and acidic flavor, and when ripe can be processed with its shell, which increases the level of benefits to the body by taking advantage of minerals and fiber contained in its outer part. It is usually consumed fresh or in juice, in both cases its multiple properties have a positive influence on the body. This fruit is also known by the names of naranjilla, coconilla, uva de monte, obando or nuquí.