The most consistently delicious fresh fig available! While they have a flavor all their own, the taste could be described as a mix of strawberry, melon and banana flavors, with a pleasantly jammy, creamy texture. They make an excellent addition to cheese platters and a welcome addition to salads with spicy greens.
Red flesh, maroon interior. Super crunchy and sweeter than the average dragon fruit. It comes in 5# case with counts varying from 5-10ct. You can enjoy eating it in fruit salads, it can be used to create tasty drinks and desserts, and it is a wonderful, healthy snack on its own.
A ready-to-eat, ripe star fruit will appear primarily bright yellow. It may also be complimented with light green and a dark brown along the five ridges. Though known to be juicy, the flesh should feel firm to the touch.
We are currently carrying the medium and hot grade Hatch chilis. Most Hatch peppers are about a third as hot as a typical jalapeno or they can be about as hot as your typical jalapeno. The traditional method is to “roast” them with direct heat, either on a grill, over a stovetop burner, or under the broiler, until the skin begins to blister.
Not only are they local from Inaba Farms, these miniature watermelons are sweet, crisp and contain an abundance of juice with about 88% water. They can also vary from deep pink to deep red. Watermelons add a sweet flavor to fruit salads or when used in fruit drinks.
The name Gum Drop® grapes encompasses a variety of flavors that may taste slightly different from season to season, as the Grapery is using the name as a flavor class for multiple varieties of grapes. Gum Drop® grapes are predominately used as a table grape to showcase its unique, sweet flavor.
This particular garlic is coming to us from Honeygrove Farms. The flavor is milder than garlic, and much more palatable to some people than garlic when used raw as in salads.
Perfect snack for customers thinking about what to have for their kids when going back to virtual school. Rockit apples are sweet, crunchy and “distinctively fresh”. It is incredibly crisp and sweet, ridiculously delicious, and has a tempting head-turning red blush color!
Grapefruit: All fruit is now coming from Southern California with strong demand since Texas and Florida haven’t started yet. Hot temperatures and Covid-19 issues have limited harvesting hours. The demand will exceed supply until Texas starts in mid September
Berries: Raspberries remain very tight. Strawberries are improving but still showing summertime heat problems (bruising).
Nectarines: There is a real shortage of NW grown conventional nectarines with one major shipper right now.
Bell Peppers: We are seeing steady markets and good supplies along with good quality for the foreseeable future.
Avocados: Active market on 36’s and larger as well as # 2 grade fruit. New crop peaking on 60’s and smaller as well as #1 grade fruit. Demand remains strong and availability will be challenging for the next few weeks as suppliers attempt to replenish inventories with new crop out of Mexico.