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    Red, Pink and White Grapefruit

    Sweet, tart, and oh so juicy.

    In Season

    All year-round

    ABOUT

    • Eating half a grapefruit before meals is a proven weight loss method.
    • We offer many grapefruit varieties: California Star Ruby, Marsh White, Marsh Ruby, and more.
    • Our red, pink, and white grapefruit varieties have distinct flavor profiles, but each one is sweet-tart and extremely juicy.
    • Because our grapefruit are grown in different regions, we’re able to offer quality grapefruit year-round.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size 1/2 medium grapefruit (154g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories60Calories from Fat 0
    • Total Fat0g0%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0mg0%
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium0mg0%
    • Potassium160mg5%
    • Total Carbohydrate15g5%
    • Dietary Fiber2g8%
    • Sugar11g-
    • Protein1g-
    • Vitamin A35%
    • Vitamin C100%
    • Calcium4%
    • Iron0%
    • Thiamin4%
    • Riboflavin4%
    • Niacin2%
    • Vitamin B64%
    • Folate6%
    • Panthothenic Acid4%
    • Phosphorus4%
    • Zinc0%
    • Magnesium4%
    • Selenium0%
    • Copper4%
    • Manganese2%
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    Pummelo

    Zesty tropical aroma, sweet tangy taste.

    In Season

    mid-October — mid-May

    ABOUT

    • Pummelos are the largest of all citrus fruit.
    • Pummelos are less acidic than traditional grapefruit and have a zesty, tropical scent and sweet, tangy flavor.
    • Pummelos have a thick, dark green peel that fades to yellow as the season progresses.
    • Pummelos are available mid-October through mid-May.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 1/4 pummelo (152g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories90Calories from Fat 5
    • Total Fat0.5g1%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0g0%
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium0mg0%
    • Potassium270mg8%
    • Total Carbohydrate207%
    • Dietary Fiber4g16%
    • Sugar11g0%
    • Protein1g0%
    • Vitamin A2%
    • Vitamin C120%
    • Calcium4%
    • Iron2%
    • Thiamin2%
    • Riboflavin2%
    • Niacin4%
    • Vitamin B68%
    • Folate15%
    • Panthothenic Acid6%
    • Phosphorus4%
    • Zinc0%
    • Magnesium4%
    • Selenium0%
    • Copper4%
    • Manganese0%
    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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    Melo Gold grapefruit

    Golden yellow sweetness.

    In Season

    mid-December — mid-February

    ABOUT

    • Melo Golds are a cross between a white grapefruit and a pummelo.
    • Melo Golds are very sweet and lack the tartness sometimes associated with grapefruit.
    • Melo Golds are larger than most grapefruit with a thicker rind and a golden yellow interior.
    • Melo Golds are available mid-December through mid-February.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 1/2 grapefruit (150g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories60Calories from Fat 5
    • Total Fat.5g0%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0g0%
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium0mg0%
    • Potassium0%
    • Total Carbohydrate12g4%
    • Dietary Fiber2g8%
    • Sugar2g0%
    • Protein2g0%
    • Vitamin A10%
    • Vitamin C100%
    • Calcium2%
    • Iron4%
    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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    Oro Blanco grapefruit

    Bursting with Vitamin C, Thiamin, and Folate.

    In Season

    mid-October — mid-March

    ABOUT

    • Like Melo Golds, Oro Blancos are a cross between a white grapefruit and a pummelo.
    • Oro Blancos are sometimes called Sweeties because they lack the bitterness often associated with grapefruit.
    • Oro Blancos have a bright green exterior that fades to golden yellow as the season progresses.
    • Oro Blancos are available mid-October through mid-March.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 1/2 oroblanco (154g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories100Calories from Fat 10
    • Total Fat1g2%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0g0%
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium0mg0%
    • Potassium200mg6%
    • Total Carbohydrate22g7%
    • Dietary Fiber4g16%
    • Sugar11g0%
    • Protein1g0%
    • Vitamin A0%
    • Vitamin C110%
    • Calcium4%
    • Iron2%
    • Thiamin10%
    • Riboflavin8%
    • Niacin2%
    • Vitamin B66%
    • Folate15%
    • Panthothenic Acid6%
    • Phosphorus4%
    • Zinc0%
    • Magnesium4%
    • Selenium0%
    • Copper2%
    • Manganese0%
    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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Seasonal Availability

VarietyJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSeptOctNovDec
oranges
Navel orange
Valencia orange
Cara Cara Navel orange
Blood orange
lemons
Eureka & Lisbon lemon
Meyer lemon
Pink Variegated lemon
limes
Persian lime
Key lime
Finger lime
grapefruit
Red, Pink and White Grapefruit
Pummelo
Melo Gold grapefruit
Oro Blanco grapefruit
tangerines & tangelos
Minneola tangelo
Orlando tangelo
Ojai Pixie tangerine
Fairchild tangerine
mandarins
Satsuma mandarin
Clementines & W. Murcott mandarin
Royal mandarin
Gold Nugget Variety mandarin
Honey mandarin

HANDLING & STORAGE

Before preparation, store citrus in a cool, well-ventilated area. To maintain air circulation, keep cartons off the floor by placing them on pallets or racks. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends that produce be rinsed before eating or preparation. Detergent should not be used as it is not labeled for food use.

The best temperature range for western varieties of grapefruit is between 40° and 45° F. For all others, a stable 41° F is best.

SIZING INFORMATION

Sunkist® grapefruit size designations, printed on every carton, state the number of grapefruit in the carton, and indicates the size of the individual fruit within. For example, a carton of “40s” contains 40 medium-size grapefruit. A carton of “64s” holds 64 small-size grapefruit, while a carton of “27s” contains 27 very large grapefruit.