The red skinned one was shelved apparently. Thought consumers were just really getting used to the green types and introducing a red one would confuse the market. I'm still on a quest to get some scions to graft to my PP/KJP. I have a seedling of it at the farm, but no telling what that will turn out like.
The Glasshouse Mountains is a fantastic place to grow fruit. Those are ancient volcanic plugs and the soil around there is a fantastic sandy volcanic loam mix. I'd love to eventually get a farm there as its soil and distance from the beach make it a perfect spot - not to mention the hiking, views and access to very popular farmer's markets in the area.
Mike, the ones shown there as Mammoth were most likely the Hilary Whites budsport, the ones on the conveyor belt were smaller mammoths in all their warty glory. Just looking at an African Pride makes me angry!
Custard Apple is often used for all of the custardy apples - atemoya, cherimoya, sweetsop, rollinia, ilama. The name Cutard Apple is imprecise and a descriptor and is used here in that spirit.