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VALENCIA & NAVEL ORANGES

 

The taste and shape of the orange is familiar to people all over the globe. The taste of oranges varies from sweeter to more acidic, based on the species.

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LEMONS

Lemons are a common fruit, often heavily utilized for flavoring. Its flesh is translucent yellow and juicy when ripe. Its juice is highly acidic and tart, though extremely versatile in its uses.

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LIMES

Limes are a great source of vitamin C. It’s sour taste is often used to accent the flavors of foods and beverages.

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PINEAPPLE

Pineapples have exceptional juiciness and a vibrant tropical flavor that balances the tastes of sweet and tart. It’s wide cylindrical shape, scaly green, brown or yellow skin and regal crown of spiny, blue-green leaves gives off a fibrous yellow flesh with exceptionally juicy flavorness.

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KIWI

The kiwifruit with its small-oval shape is surrounded with a fury brown coating. The kiwifruit will surprise you with a delicious emerald green center, perfect for a hot summer day.

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BANANAS

Bananas are a delicious choice for snacking, They include Vitamin B6 Potassium, Fiber, and Vitamin C – all nutrients that help promote heart health. Our bananas come from the richest farms filled with  irresistible mouthwatering flavors.

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RED SEEDLESS GRAPES

Red seedless grape can vary widely depending on the variety, but usually ranges from a light red to a deep burgundy. Red seedless grapes are sweet and crisp, occasionally tart and always juicy.

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GREEN SEEDLESS GRAPES

Green seedless grapes may be round to slightly oval in shape depending upon variety. Their color ranges from yellowish-green to bright green while their inner pulp is semi-translucent. They are sweet and tart with mellow tannins that leave a slight layer of flavor on the tongue.

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BLUEBERRIES

Blueberries are small round berries that can range in size from 5-16 millimeters in diameter. It has a sweet and woodsy flavor with an acidity that can vary depending upon growing conditions. Blueberries are an excellent source of antioxidants, with vitamins C, copper and fiber.     

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BLACKBERRIES

Blackberries are succulent, soft, and juice. Their flavor is sweet, slightly tart, with earthy undertones. Blackberries are a good source of vitamins A and C, iron, calcium, and dietary fiber.          

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RASPBERRIES

Raspberries have a hollow core and are conical with an overall rounded shape.  Their flavor can range from sweet-tart to low acid. Raspberries are a good source of vitamins B and C, folic acid, and iron.    

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STRAWBERRIES

Strawberries have an overall conical heart shape and can vary in size depending upon cultivar and growing conditions. They have a bright red sheen when fully ripe and a juicy yet firm texture.

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XL SEEDLESS WATERMELON

 Though it lacks the large hard black seeds of traditional watermelons, the Seedless watermelon can contain small white seeds that are soft and completely edible.

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GRANNY SMITH APPLE

Granny Apples are tangy in flavor. Their crisp skin makes them very firm yet remarkably juicy. Perfect for a daily morning snack!

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BARLETT PEAR

The Bartlett Pear has a sweet grainy taste. It's unique flesh turns from green to a pinkish yellow when ripe.