CC Madhya 15.86

ei-mata kalā, āmra, nāraṅga, kāṅṭhāla
yāhā yāhā dūra-grāme śuniyāche bhāla
Word for word: 
ei-mata — in this way; kalā — bananas; āmra — mangoes; nāraṅga — oranges; kāṅṭhāla — jackfruit; yāhā yāhā — whatever; dūra-grāme — in distant villages; śuniyāche — he heard; bhāla — good.
Translation: 
“In this way, from distant villages he collects excellent bananas, mangoes, oranges, jackfruits and whatever other first-class fruits he has heard about.