Red Atemoya season is back ❤️
It's Red Atemoya season!
Red Atemoya, which belongs to the annona family, is a unique fruit that is not commonly found in many parts of the world. It is believed to have originated from Israel, where it has been cultivated for centuries.
One of the distinctive features of this fruit is its remarkable appearance, which sets it apart from other fruits. Its red, scaly skin gives way to a creamy, white flesh that is both sweet and tangy.
The flesh is smooth. The flavor is mildly sweet with a tiny hint of berry.
Red atemoya is a cross between the Geffner atemoya and the San Pablo custard apple.
For optimal ripeness, please make sure this fruit is very soft before eating. It should be as soft as a custard apple when ripe.
What’s in Season:
Tamarillo (tree tomato)
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