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  1. Jelly Coconut

    Jelly Coconut

    $S4.50

    Sweet Coconut with Jelly (1 carton consist of 15 pieces Jelly Coconut) Learn More
  2. Australia Rock Melon

    Australia Rock Melon

    $S0.00

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    Australia Rockmelons are usually round or slightly elongated with firm netted or scaly, greyish-green, cream or buff rind and orange flesh. The best melons will have a fragrant musky aroma, dark orange flesh and unrivalled sweetness. Fully ripe rockmelons have a fragrant musky aroma and a delicate, distinctive sweetness. Rockmelons are an excellent source of vitamin A (an immune booster and potent antioxidant), vitamin C (which supports collagen and the immune system) and potassium.

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  3. Kyoho Grapes

    Kyoho Grapes

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    Kyoho are large, dark purple grapes.

    Kyoho can grow as large as a small plum. They have a thick skin that's easily separated from the flesh of the grape. The skin and seeds are edible but bitter. They are usually removed before eating. The flesh of Kyoho is sweet with mild acidity.

    Many farms offer grape picking activities in season. Kyoho are often harvested twice a year with the primary season falling in late August and September. They are carefully graded for color, size and imperfections.

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  4. Valencia Oranges

    Valencia Oranges

    $S3.90

    The Valencia orange is a large orange variety with a smooth and pebbled surface and a semi thick fragrant peel that clings loosely to its segmented and barely seeded flesh. Its flesh, when ripe, is supremely sweet, juicy and tender. Though Valencia oranges' primary usage is for juicing, they are also used for fresh eating as well. Valencia oranges are most commonly used for their juice but may also be cooked or eaten fresh. Use the juice and zest for marinades, syrups, vinaigrette, cocktails or to flavor sauces and custards. Pair segments with beets, olives, fennel, greens, fresh herbs and cheeses, berries, chiles, seafood and poultry. Use in combination with other citrus, olive oils, salts, and honey. Valencia oranges will keep, refrigerated, for up to two weeks.

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  5. Forelle Pear

    Forelle Pear

    $S4.90

    For what they lack in size, Forelle pears make up in sweet flavor and beautiful appearance. Known as a great "snacking" pear, Forelles are as wonderful to eat as they are beautiful to see on display! Forelle pears are a very small, tasty heirloom variety with a history that can be traced to 17th century Germany in origin. Forelle is German for “trout” – the name stems from the pear’s beautiful red blush over greenish yellow skin that is similar to the coloring of the rainbow trout. When ripe, the fruit texture is a little firmer than most other pears. This variety’s flavor is extra sweet with distinct cinnamon spice tones. Forelle pears make an excellent out-of-hand snack; they add color and flavor to salads and pairs extremely well with tart cheeses. Product of Oregon & Washington. Choose fruit with no bruises or soft spots. Forelle pears ripen at room temperature, though that may take several days depending upon how ripe at purchase. Can be stored unripe in a home refrigerator for several weeks; always keep ripe pears refrigerated.

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  6. Fragrant Pear

    Fragrant Pear

    $S4.90

    Fragrant pears are small, slightly round and sometimes egg-shaped. The pear lives up to its name; it is fragrant, with a floral aroma. Yellow and green in color with a slight red blush, these aromatic pears have smooth skin and small dots on its surface. The pears travel quite a distance from where they are grown and can be found wrapped in tissue and a netted sleeve. Fragrant pears are best eaten when firm; they are crisp, sweet and juicy with a white flesh. Fragrant pears are best eaten fresh, out-of-hand, but they also work well in green salads and in baked goods. The Fragrant pear has been cultivated in the Xinjiang province of China for over 1300 years. It was only introduced to the rest of the world in 2006. Grown along the Silk Road, these pears are considered the finest in the area and are more expensive than most grown in surrounding China, Japan or Korea. The pears are grown in the city of Korla, which is the largest city in Western China. Farmers there use air guns to remove dirt, insects or debris from the pears and gently wrap them in tissue and foam net for their journey across the world.

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  7. Korea Pear

    Korea Pear

    $S11.90

    A Korean Pear is like the love child of a big green apple and a Bosc pear — round, bigger than typical pears, with a crisp, sweet, white interior with a brownish-yellow skin. It’s hard and crisp when ripe, not like other pears that must soften to be ripe. The beauty of Korean pears is they are superbly crisp, juicy and sweet with the thinnest skin (no need for peeling). They’re good in any salad where you might use chopped apples, or simply sliced and eaten for a snack or dessert.

    A plus is they don’t tend to darken when cut, unlike lots of apple varieties and some pears, so they hold up well in a salad or lunchbox even when sliced or chopped. Another plus is they’re only about 50 calories per fruit!

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  8. Packham Pear

    Packham Pear

    $S5.90

    A bulbous, wide-bottomed pear, the Packham pear has a look similar to its Bartlett parent with green skin that ripens to a light yellow. The large pear is irregularly shaped, slightly leaning to one side. Its skin is covered in tiny, russet lenticels. Packham pears have a sweet and juicy white flesh with a smooth texture. Packham pears are a versatile fruit and can be used in a variety of applications from fresh eating to cooking. Packham pears usually take three to eight days to fully ripen at room temperature. Packham pears will keep at room temperature for a week and can keep for several months in the refrigerator.

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  9. Golden Pear

    Golden Pear

    $S8.90

    Golden pears appear to be in golden yellow color and are often times speckled with small brown spots. Additionally Golden pears have a round squat shape similar to that of an apple. It is known for their crunchy texture, the creamy white flesh of the Asian pear is exceptionally juicy with a sweet low acid flavor and fragrant aroma. Unlike regular pears, Golden pears are sold ripe and maintain their crisp texture long after being picked.

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  10. Granny Smith Apple

    Granny Smith Apple

    $S2.90

    Granny Smith apples have a bright green skin that is often speckled with faint white lenticels (spots). Medium to large in size and round in shape, they are a firm and juicy apple with thick skin. Their flesh is bright white and crisp in texture with a tart, acidic, yet subtly sweet flavor. Granny Smith apples grown in colder climates will often take on a yellow to pink blush.

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