pineapple (also ananas).
See also: Pineapple in Papua New Guinea
See also: Pumpkin in Papua New Guinea
papaya (also popo)
2. the papaya tree and fruit
3. female’s breast
See also: Pawpaw in Papua New Guinea
See also: Irish Potato in Papua New Guinea
See also: Rice in Papua New Guinea
sago, the sago swamp, the sago palm
See also: Sago in Papua New Guinea
FYI: The production and trading of salt has been reported from many parts of PNG. Salt was extracted from sea water, springs and plant ash. To extract salt from springs, grass, leaves or sticks were placed in the spring for a period, then dried and burnt and the ash collected. Where saline springs were absent, people made salt from a number of plants, for example, from the perennial cane grass, Coix gigantea, in the Wonenara area of Eastern Highlands Province. Bars of salt were traded long distances in some inland
locations. It is not known whether these practices still persist as imported salt is widely available, but it is possible that locally manufactured salt is still traded in some places.
2. sugar cane
See also: Sugar Cane in Papua New Guinea