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Sapodilla Season is on its way in ūü•Ē‚ú®

This tropical fruit boasts a thousand names, each one more enticing than the last. Whether you call it sapodilla, nispero, chico sapote, or brown sugar fruit, one thing is certain: its sweet and creamy flesh will transport your taste buds to paradise. 

Don't judge a fruit by its appearance. Sapodilla, though it may look like a potato on the outside, is as sweet as brown sugar when it ripens.

I absolutely love eating Sapodilla on its own! But did you know that they also make a fantastic natural sweetener? So you can add them to smoothies, desserts, or any recipes that need a little sweetness!

This fruit is native to Southern Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.

Our sapodillas are grown in South Florida.

Pre-order Sapodilla now to secure your orders place in line for this season. We anticipate the season beginning very soon!

Sapodillas are a little slow to ripen but don't worry, when they're ready, they'll be nice and soft, and you can open them up easily with your hands.

Check out our Ripening Guide here:

What’s in Season: 

Avocado Box

 Banana Variety Box


Chanee Durian  


Dragonfruit Mix Box

D24 Durian

D24 Durian Trays

Durian Variety Pack

Frozen Fruit Variety Box


Golden Passionfruit

Hidden Rose Apple

Hulu Trays

Ice Apple (frozen)

Jackfruit Box

Juicing Soursop

June Plum

Kampong Durian Trays

Key Lime

Langsat (Frozen)

Leftovers Box


Marang (frozen)

Musang King Trays

Nam Wah Bananas

Orinoco Bananas



Pink Seeded Bananas

Pisang Raja Bananas 


Premium Soursop

Premium Variety

Puyat Durian


Red Dragonfruit

Red Prawn Durian

Red Prawn Trays

Seeded Banana

Snake Fruit (Frozen)

Strawberry Tree Berry (frozen)

Tamarillo (tree tomato) 

Variety Box

Watermelon Guava

 White Dragonfruit  

White Guava 

Yellow Dragonfruit


Annona Variety Box

Black Thorn Durian

Durian Party Box

Mamey Sapote



Purple Passionfruit

Red Caviar Lime


Sprouted Coconut


On the Horizon:

Black Sapote



Sugar Apple