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Soursop

Scientific Name :  Annona muricata

Varieties: common, mountain, jungle

Spanish/Common Names: guanabana, graviola, kowosol

Origins: northern South America

Season: year-round

When/How to Eat: Ripen 2-3 days after being cut from tree. Cut in half and scoop/detach flesh from skin and remove seeds.

Nutritional Value: Good source of ascorbic acid (increases antioxidants in body)

Good source of fiber 

Suggested to slow down / eliminate cancer cells.

Buying Options : 

– Small Box contains up to 10 pounds of fruit
– Large Box contains up to 15-20 pounds.
– Extra Large Box contains up to 25-40 pounds.
– Bulk Box contains up to 50 pounds.

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Avocado

Scientific Name: Persea americana

Spanish/Common Names: aguacate, palta

Varieties: Hall, Choquette, Monroe, Beta, Doni, Simmonds

Origins: Central/South America (first introduced to Florida in 1833)

Season : July – December

When/How to Eat: Ripen at room temperature 3-5 days  after cut from tree; fruit’s skin becomes olive green – brown and can  be scooped out of shell after pit is removed.

Nutritional Value: High in oleic acid (anti-breast/prostate cancer properties & helps reduce cholesterol)

Lutein (helps prevent macular degeneration & cataracts = good for eyesight)

Vitamins E & B3 (promotes healthy skin & anti-aging properties)

Buying Options:

– Small Box contains up to 10 pounds of fruit
– Large Box contains up to 15-20 pounds.
– Extra Large Box contains up to 25-40 pounds.
– Bulk Box contains up to 50 pounds.

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Breadfruit

Scientific Name: Artocarpus altilis

Spanish/Common Names: Artocarpus

Varieties: Artocarpus altilis (Parkinson) Fosberg, Artocarpus camansi Blanco, and Artocarpus mariannensis Trécul

Origins: New Guinea /  Indo-Malay region

Season : July – October

When/How to Eat: Can be eaten raw when ripe or cooked when unripe. Use common potato cooking methods to cook unripe breadfruit. The white flesh has a bread-like texture and a flavour somewhat like an artichoke or chestnut

Nutritional Value: high in carbohydrates and a good source of antioxidants, calcium, carotenoids, copper, dietary fiber, energy, iron, magnesium, niacin, omega 3, omega 6, phosphorus, potassium, protein, thiamine, vitamin A and vitamin C.

Lutein (helps prevent macular degeneration & cataracts = good for eyesight)

Vitamins E & B3 (promotes healthy skin & anti-aging properties)

Buying Options:

– Small Box contains up to 10 pounds of fruit
– Large Box contains up to 15-20 pounds.
– Extra Large Box contains up to 25-40 pounds.
– Bulk Box contains up to 50 pounds.

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Green Coconuts

Scientific Name: Cocos nucifera 

Spanish/Common Names: coco

Origins: Americas

Season: year-round

When/How to Eat: Should be cut no earlier than 5 months from fruiting; can be used immediately after cut. Can drink water inside of shell and inner meat; outer shell inedible.

Nutritional Value: Good source of electrolytes (nature’s Gatorade)

Aid in digestion/metabolism

Good source of potassium 

Buying Options:

– Small Box contains up to 10 coconuts
– Large Box contains up to 20 coconuts
– Extra Large Box contains up to 30 coconuts
– Bulk Box contains up to 50 coconuts

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Guava

Scientific Name:  Psidium guajava 

Spanish/Common Names: guayabo, guayaba, strawberry guava, red guava

Types: red/pink pulp (eat when ripe) & white pulp (eat when hard)

Origins: Central America

Season : year-round; May – September peak season

Comes in: 25-lb box

When/How to Eat : Ripen 2-3 days after cutting from tree. Flesh, seeds, and skin all edible.

Nutritional Value: High in soluble dietary fiber (good laxative)

Very high in vitamin C

Twice the amount of lycopene of tomatoes (helps repair skin)

Buying Options :

– Small Box contains up to 10 pounds of fruit
– Large Box contains up to 15-20 pounds.
– Extra Large Box contains up to 25-40 pounds.
– Bulk Box contains up to 50 pounds.

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Cacoa (Chocolate)

Scientific Name: Theobroma cacao

Spanish/Common Names: Arbol de cacao, Cacahualt

Types: ForasteroCriollo, and Trinitario

Origins: Amazon Basin

Season : Year-round; December – May peak season

When/How to Eat : This is the sacred fruit that chocolate is made out of! You can eat the sweet flesh off the seeds. The seeds can also be eaten raw. If you want to make cacao nibs, make sure to roast or thoroughly dehydrated the seeds and then pulse blend in a food processor or blender.

Nutritional Value: This food is very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Magnesium and Copper, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber and Manganese.

Buying Options :

– Small Box contains up to 10 pounds of fruit
– Large Box contains up to 15-20 pounds.
– Extra Large Box contains up to 25-40 pounds.
– Bulk Box contains up to 50 pounds.

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