Sapodilla Season is Starting! 🥔
This fruit goes by a thousand different names such as sapodilla, nispero, chico sapote etc.) but our favorite thing to call it is brown sugar fruit!
Sapodilla may look like a potato on the outside, but when ripe, they are sweet as brown sugar!
My favorite way to eat them is on their own, but they also make a great sweetener.
This fruit is native to Southern Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. Our sapodillas are grown in South Florida.
Sapodillas can take a long time to ripen. When ripe, it will be soft enough to open with your hands.
What’s in Season:
Tamarillo (tree tomato)
On the Horizon/Pre Order: