However....I was wrong.
Fejo is actually the name of the island where the fruit comes from. Fejo's official website says:
Fejø, the biggest of three inhabited islands Askø, Femø and Fejø, has 600 inhabitants, is 16 square kilometres in area and has a coastline more than 30 kilometres long. It is a peaceful island without stress or hurry. The island has low hills and low shores. Its rich clayey soil is cultivated intensively.
- 1231: Fejø is mentioned in King Valdemars cadaster under the name 'Fæø' ('fæ' means cattle – 'ø' means island). In other words, the island was crown land at the time.
- 1872: a silver cup from the Viking age is found. It was made in France in the 9th century. The museum on the island has a copy of it.
Nowadays there is little cattle left on the fields. Today, Fejø is best known for its production of quality fruit. The surrounding sea gives the island a warmer climate during the critical springtime. Usually, the fruit trees blossom by mid-May: a sight, which in itself is worth the visit.