If the fruit was known to come from a parthenocarpic (meaning seedless) plant, then yes.
For example, the distinctive “mountain papaya” fruit from a babaco shrub (Carica pentagona ‘Heilborn’), which related to Papaya, is parthenocarpic. It originates from the Andes, but is now cultivated, for local and international markets, in California and New Zealand.
This fruit is here in Abia State, Nigeria. It is generally called Plum. You did so well describing the fruit just as it is..taste, texture and structure. I ate some of it about 15minutes ago and I can tell you for a fact that it is quite juicy. I don't need to be a nutritionist or biologist to confirm that it has nutritional benefits. I feel nourished