Green means Go with Oroblanco Grapefruit

Be on the lookout for a large, greenish grapefruit-like fruit in your supermarket. It’s called the Oroblanco, and you MUST give it a try! Don’t be deterred by the green skin — it’s very sweet and juicy inside. It’s like a white grapefruit already sprinkled with sugar, minus the bitterness. Yum!

Here’s a link to our CEO’s recent blog post about Oroblancos. (Did you know that it’s Founder Frieda Caplan’s favorite fruit?) What’s On Karen’s Plate: Oroblanco: The White Gold of Grapefruits: “I realize that grapefruit has gotten a lot of bad press in the past few years, mostly because they have been linked to potential medication …”

Green means Go with Oroblanco Grapefruit

Be on the lookout for a large, greenish grapefruit-like fruit in your supermarket. It’s called the Oroblanco, and you MUST give it a try! Don’t be deterred by the green skin — it’s very sweet and juicy inside. It’s like a white grapefruit already sprinkled with sugar, minus the bitterness. Yum!

Here’s a link to our CEO’s recent blog post about Oroblancos. (Did you know that it’s Founder Frieda Caplan’s favorite fruit?) What’s On Karen’s Plate: Oroblanco: The White Gold of Grapefruits: “I realize that grapefruit has gotten a lot of bad press in the past few years, mostly because they have been linked to potential medication …”

Ch-Ch Cherimoya!

Cherimoya is fruit that makes me happy. The flavor of this subtropical fruit is unlike anything else — a rich, ambrosial, almost candy-like flavor. The texture is creamy and juicy at the same time. Truly an amazing fruit.

Please watch our latest video to learn more about Cherimoyas! They are currently being harvested in California, and are grown in Chile contra-seasonally.

For additional info, check out our previous post about Cherimoyas.

Also, here are links to our Cherimoya recipes:

-Hazel

Ch-Ch Cherimoya!

Cherimoya is fruit that makes me happy. The flavor of this subtropical fruit is unlike anything else — a rich, ambrosial, almost candy-like flavor. The texture is creamy and juicy at the same time. Truly an amazing fruit.

Please watch our latest video to learn more about Cherimoyas! They are currently being harvested in California, and are grown in Chile contra-seasonally.

For additional info, check out our previous post about Cherimoyas.

Also, here are links to our Cherimoya recipes:

-Hazel