A new strain of fruit that is believed to be the source of the California mango dragon fruit is causing a panic among consumers who think it can kill them.
Mango Dragon Fruit is a cultivar of the species Citrus marigolda.
It is one of the world’s largest and most popular citrus fruits, accounting for about $8 billion in annual sales worldwide.
It has been cultivated for more than 200 years and is cultivated in more than 100 countries.
But in the past year, several states and cities in California have declared it a non-food crop, which makes it difficult for growers to sell it.
“It is not a strain that is good for the environment,” said Dr. Matthew Smith, an assistant professor of food safety and microbiology at the University of California, Davis, who has researched mangoes and grapefruit.
The California State Department of Public Health said the fruit is growing wild, but its source and the time of the fruit’s growth have not been determined.
It is believed that the strain originated from the California Department of Agriculture, which sells the fruit.
The state Department of Food and Agriculture said it has no information on its source or where it originated.
“The strain is known to grow wild in the Pacific Northwest and has been observed to grow in other parts of the United States,” the department said in a statement.
“Consumers are concerned about the potential health effects of this strain and want to know if they are purchasing the fruit in a responsible way,” it added.
The new strain was first detected by an Oregon farmer who found it growing in the soil of his land, and he has since started an online petition to demand an investigation into its source.
The petition, signed by more than 1,000 people, has already collected more than 7,000 signatures.
“Mango dragon fruits are a fruit that’s been around for thousands of years, and they are extremely hardy,” the petition said.
“We can’t get this strain isolated, so we’re asking you to help us get the information we need to help save these wild and precious fruits.”
The California Department for Food and Agricultural Services, which is handling the investigation, said it was “working to determine the source and possible cause of this outbreak.”
“The public health and safety of all Californians is our highest priority, and we take any reports of human-caused contamination seriously,” the agency said.
It said that the state has taken steps to protect the health of consumers and will continue to work with the public to help determine what happened.
It’s not the first time that a new strain has caused a panic.
In 2009, a strain of pineapple, also known as the Red Giant, was discovered in a California home and caused a nationwide panic.
The Red Giant strain is grown in the wild in Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Colombia and Brazil, according to the California State Agriculture Department.
It can grow to 10 feet tall and weigh between 3 and 6 pounds.
California is one the world leaders in growing the fruit, with more than 30 varieties.
It also is a popular crop in the Southeast Asian countries of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.