In Australia, there is a jelly fruit called tiktor fruit, a dessert fruit which is popularly known as chocolate covered fruit.
The jelly fruit can be used as a fruit flavouring, and the fruit is also used as an ingredient in the jelly sauce used in jelly beans, jam and jelly desserts.
It can also be used in other desserts and jams and jellies.
The fruit is said to have aphrodisiac properties, and its sweet-tasting flavor makes it very popular among children.
The tiktaor jelly fruit is popular in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand and Australia.
The Malaysian government has declared April 5, 2017 as TIKTAOR JELLY FESTIVAL DAY.
The fruit is not considered edible, but the Malaysian government is planning to introduce edible versions of the fruit in the near future.
The Malaysia Food and Drug Administration (MFD) is considering the introduction of edible tiktag fruit, and plans to start a trial in the next few months.
According to the Food and Drugs Administration of Malaysia, edible tichaor fruit should be available for sale within 24 hours after it is purchased from a licensed food vendor and have the fruit label clearly marked.
The Malaysian Food and Cosmetic Council said edible tictag fruit is an important component of Malaysia’s national cuisine.
“Our government is committed to protecting the health and well-being of all Malaysians, and is working with our food and cosmetics suppliers to make sure this is the case,” a statement from the Council said.