Apples & Pears

Sales Staff

Andrew Bivens: 213-305-3704
Troy Le Cheminant: 213-507-1088 (Organics)
Jeff Sunahara: 213-507-9762
Manny Aguilar: 213-305-7626
Ivette Radillo: 213-305-0549

Varieties

Red Delicious

Red Delicious apples are available domestically year round. This heart-shaped fruit comes in both blush and striped varieties. Red Delicious are mildly sweet making them great for snacks and salads.

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Granny Smith

These bright, green apples are crisp and juicy with a wonderfully tart taste. Granny Smith Apples are available domestically year-round; warmer days and cool night ensure a fantastic crunch and great flavor. These apples are perfect for making apple pie or candy apples.

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Gala Apples

Shades of red and orange with a hint of yellow make this apple stand out amongst other varieties. In the past 15 years, Gala apples have significantly grown in popularity. Their mildly sweet taste makes the perfect snack.

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Golden Delicious

The sweet flavors of Golden Delicious Apples make them great for snacking and baking. The flesh of the Golden Delicious stays white longer than other apples which makes them perfect for decorative dishes! The dry, warm climate of Eastern Washington is the perfect area for the Golden Delicious Apple to thrive.

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Fuji

The Fuji Apple was introduced to the United States from Japan in the 1980's and becomes more popular with every passing year. Fuji apples radiate a beautiful reddish-pink color, which is caused by the cool Washington climate. It is popular in baking because of its extremely sweet and juicy flavor.

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Jonagold

A stunning cast of crimson with a chartreuse hue underneath cover the unique sweet-sour flesh of the Jonagold Apple. Jonagolds develop as a large fruit with a thin skin, it is also a triploid meaning that it needs a second type of apple for pollination for it is not capable to self pollinate.

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Jonathan

The Newtown Pippin Apple was cultivated by the American Colonies for export to Great Britain. It is a light green apple with striking hues of yellow and a slight russet around its stem. The tart flavor of the Newtown Pippin makes them an excellent choice for creating unique dishes.

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Jonathan

The Jonathan apple is generally medium to large in size with a crimson red color over a blushed yellow. The tough skin of the Jonathan apple protects its sinfully sweet flesh.

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McIntosh

McIntosh apples are unique in look and taste with their glowing red and green skin, pearly white flesh, and a tart flavor. The McIntosh apple is grown in New England and Eastern Canada and develops to a generally small to medium size. The McIntosh is a good choice for adding a unique tart taste to salads, pastries, smoothies, and more.

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Rome

The Rome Apple is known for its round shape and thick, glossy skin. Rome Apples are used commonly in baking because the flavor grows richer as is it cooked.

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Braeburn

The Braeburn Apple has a sweet-tart flavor and a color which can range from orange to red over a hue of yellow. Braeburns are harvested in Washing during September and early October and are imported April thru July from New Zealand and Chili.

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Honeycrisp

Honeycrisp Apples have red and pale green skin with frosted white flesh. They exude a fresh aroma and their flesh is sweet, giving every bite a delicious, candied crunch.

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Pink Lady

Also known as "Pink," the Pink Lady's irresistible tart bite and sweet flavor are its trademark characteristics. The apple produces a bright pink pigmentation and sweet taste due to the cool climates where it grows.

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Cameo

The white spotted skin of the Cameo creates a distinct look that makes this apple one of a kind. This unique apple comes with a sweet taste and a great crispy crunch. Cameo apples store very well making them great for late season availability.

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Bartlett

The Bartlett Pear has a true pear shape. When people think of a pear they usually visualize the bartlett and its flavor. The bartlett is harvested while the skin is green and the skin of the fruit will turn yellow as the fruit ripens at room temperature.

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Red Bartlett

Just like the Green Bartlett changes color as it ripens, so does the Red Barttlet. The Red Bartlett starts as a dark red color with light vertical striping then changes to a bright red color as it ripens. The Red Bartlett when unripe is crisp and tart then after it matures will become sweet and juicy.

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Anjou

Green D'Anjou Pears are egg-shaped. They have a large round lower half that begins to taper off above the mid-point to a narrower rounded top. The skin of the D'Anjou Pear is bright green and sometimes will have red blush. The skin color of the D'Anjou changes color vary slightly as it ripens

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Red Anjou

The shape of the Red D'Anjou pear is the same as the Green D'Anjou Pear. The color of the Red D'Anjou varies however, it is generally a dark maroon color with light vertical stripes created by the sun as the fruit hangs on the tree. Red D'Anjou Pears change slightly in color as they ripen.

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Bosc

The Bosc Pear has a characteristic curved stem and long neck then gradually widens to a large round base. Bosc Pears have a trademark brown russet color that covers the skin of the pear. This variety can range from full russet color to only slightly russeted, although the amount of russet does not effect the eating quality of the pear.

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Comice

The Comice Pear is a has a very unique shape among the many pear varieties. The Comice is large and round at the base, with a very short neck at the stem end. The Comice Pear has a green skin and can sometimes have a red blush cheek on the pear. The Comice Pear is well known for it's smooth creamy sweet flavor.

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Seckel

The Seckel Pear is a very small pear and has a characteristic short, stubby, round shape with a small neck at the stem end. The Seckel Pear has an olive green skin with a dark maroon blush which can sometime cover the whole surface of the pear. The Seckel Pear can be used as a decoration or even canned whole to be used as gifts.

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Concorde

The Concorde Pear has a unique shape among the other pear varieties. The Concorde Pear is most recognized for its long skinny body that tapers off the a pointed neck at the stem end. The Concorde Pear will often have a golden russet color on the skin of the pear. The Concorde Pear does not have to be ripe to be sweet.

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Forelle

The Forelle Pear one of the smallest of the pear varieties. The Forelle Pear has a symmetrical shape with a small round body that tapers to a short stubby neck at the stem end. The trademark characteristic of the Forelle Pear is it's red lenticels.

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Starkrimson

The Starkrimson Pear is one of the first varieties of pears to be harvested during the new crop season. Starkrimson Pears have a bright red skin and a thick stem and a very subtle sweetness.

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French Butter

Brown like a Bosc, this anjou shaped pear is great for cooking. Sweet and smooth textured, this pear variety has a flavor all of it's own. This varieties season is very short, with limited production in September and October out of the Northwest.

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Taylor Gold

The Taylorgold Pear has the same basic shape as it's parent the Comice Pear. The Taylorgold Pear is an off shoot of a Comice, and was originally grown in New Zealand. With perfectly brown russeted skin, this variety has very high sugar when ripe and lots of flavor just like it's parent, the Comice.

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Asian Pear

There are nine different varieties of Asian Pears; Cho Juro, Hosui, Kikusui, Kosui, Shinko, Shinseiki, Tsu Li, 20th Century, and Ya Li. The two more common varieties are the Ya Li and the Hosui. The Ya Li has a light yellow skin with a round body and a slight taper at the stem end. The Hosui is a brown skin pear with a round shape.

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Availability

Apple -

Most of the apples and pear that are shipped in the US are grown domestically. Some varieties will start to be imported into the US from March thru August. Our domestic seasons continue to expand due to the use of Smart Fresh and better storing practices. Please call for availability and country of origin for each variety.A stunning cast of crimson with a chartreuse hue underneath cover the unique sweet-sour flesh of the Jonagold Apple. Jonagolds develop as a large fruit with a thin skin, it is also a triploid meaning that it needs a second type of apple for pollination for it is not capable to self pollinate.

Packaging

Apple -

Apples -
38/40# tray packs -48,56,64,72,80,88,100,113,125,138,150,163,175,198ct's
Bags - 12/3#, 8/5# , 6/6#, 18/2#
Clamshell - 9/8ct,6/12ct
27# Euro Carton
DRC -
RPC -
Pears -
40 /44# wrap packs - 60,70,80,90,100,110,120,135,150 - volume filled - 70,80,90,100,110,120,135,150
Bags - 12/3#, 8/5# , 6/6#, 18/2#
Clamshell - 9/8ct, 6/12ct
27# Euro Carton
DRC - RPC -

Storage & Tips

Apples
Apples are best stored 33 to 35 degrees with good humidity and some air circulation.
Pears -
pears ripen at room temperature. Only refrigerate your pears if you want to slow the ripening process.

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Melons

Sales Staff

Andrew Bivens: 213-305-3704
Troy Le Cheminant: 213-507-1088 (Organics)
Jeff Sunahara: 213-507-9762
Manny Aguilar: 213-305-7626
Ivette Radillo: 213-305-0549


Varieties

Cantaloupe

Cantaloupes have unique greenish netting on the skin and stunning, sunny, salmon colored flesh. Cantaloupes are at their best during the warmer seasons. With a candy-like taste in every bite, the cantaloupe makes the perfect sweet summer snack

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Honeydew

The Honeydew Melon is a variety of Muskmelon and is considered the sweetest of all melons. The skin of a good quality Honeydew Melon will have a slight waxy feel and flesh will have a creamy yellow color that is rich with a sugary sweet flavor.

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Orange Flesh

This melon is a hybrid cross between a Cantaloupe and Honeydew. It has thin, smooth, yellow skin and irresistible, creamy, orange meat. The Orange Flesh is extremely juicy and sweet, making them the perfect refreshing summer fruit.

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Juan Canary

Canary melons vary in shape, similar to a Honeydew melon. The skin is a bright canary yellow with a smooth texture. This melon has a unique Cantaloupe-like flavor that is sweet with a modest tang.

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Galia

The Galia Melon resembles a Cantaloupe on the outside and a Honeydew melon on the inside. It has creamy, light green flesh with a delightfully sweet flavor.

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Casaba

The Casaba melon was first cultivated in Persia thousands of years ago. It was not introduced to the United States until the late nineteenth century when it was imported from Kasaba, Turkey. The Casaba are a honey-gold color with green coloration on their wrinkled skin. Casabas are most often pumpkin-shaped with a slight point on the stem end. Casaba flesh is creamy and green with a delicately sweet, cucumber-like flavor.

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Golden Honeydew

The golden variety of Honeydew is rapidly gaining popularity throughout the United States. Golden Honeydews have a firm, gold shell and rich, dense flesh that is sweet and refreshing.

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Crenshaw

Crenshaw is a hybrid cross between the Casaba Melon and the Persian melon. The Crenshaw has a butterscotch rind that is ridged and wrinkled. Its tender, salmon-colored flesh holds a sweet aroma, and has an incredibly sweet accompanied with a slight kick.

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Persian

Persian melons are quite large with a dark, earthy green coloring that turns lighter as the melon ripens. The netting of the melon is very fine and will turn a slight brown when the melon is ripe.

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Santa Claus

Also known as the "Christmas melon," Santa Claus melons are large with a freckled yellow and green rind. When the melon is ripe the rind will have a slight waxy feel to it.

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Hami

Hami melons come from mainland China and have been popular amongst the Chinese for centuries. Hami melons have a distinct sweet and crispy flesh.

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Watermelon

Watermelons are oblong in shape and can weight anywhere from 15-25 pounds on average. Small and large, black and brown seeds are speckled within the sweet scarlet flesh of the watermelon. A healthy watermelon will have a dull rind with a dull yellow patch where the melon touched the ground. With a consistency that is 92% water and 8% sugar, watermelons are an excellent source of water. The red flesh of the watermelon comes from its high lycopene content, which helps in the prevention of cancers.

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Seedless Watermelon

Seedless Watermelons are actually a hybrid form of watermelon called a triploid, in which the seeds to not fully develop. The seedless watermelon holds the same sweet scarlet flesh of a Watermelon, with only empty, white "pips," where the seeds would normally be found.

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Availability

Westlake Produce ships melons from all over the US and Central America. Please call for current availability and shipping points.

Packaging

Cantaloupe -

6ct, 9ct, Jumbo 9ct, 12ct, 15ct, 18ct, 23ct.

Honeydew -

4ct,5ct,Jumbo 5ct, 6ct, 8ct.

Watermelon -

carton - 3ct,4ct, 5ct, 6ct. Bins - 35ct, 45ct, 50ct, 55ct, 60ct, 65ct.

Seedless Watermelon -

Carton - 3ct, 4ct, 5ct, 6ct, 8ct, Bins - 35ct,45ct, 50ct, 55ct, 60ct and 65ct.

Mixed Melons -

3ct,4ct,5ct,6ct, and 8ct.

Storage & Tips

Melons

Store whole ripe or cut melons between 40°F and 45F.

Watermelon -

Melons may be kept at room temperature, un-cut, for about two weeks.Store whole melons at 50-60F. Cut melons should be wrapped and stored at 40-50F.

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Potatoes & Onions

Sales Staff

Shawn Patrick: 213-305-4150
Joe Ciccarella: 213-305-3706
Arcy Salgado: 213-305-0546
Justine Torres: 213-305-3722
Michelle Michel: 213-305-3708

Varieties

Klondike Rose Potato

The striking yellow flesh and rosy red skin of the Klondike Rose truly makes this a one of a kind variety. The Klondike Rose has moist, creamy flesh which produces a rich, buttery flavor when cooked. The beautiful hue of the skin makes this potato perfect for adding unique color to your dishes.

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Red Potato

The Red Potato produces a thin skin colored in stunning shades of red. The flesh of the Red Potato is moist and creamy when cooked, making them an excellent choice for making mashed potatoes.

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Russet Potato

The Russet Potato is the most common potato in the United States. Russets have an earthy brown skin and exquisite, hardy flesh. Mashed, roasted, or fried, Russets are the perfect versatile potato to have in your kitchen.

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Sierra Gold

Brown skinned yellow flesh potato

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White Rose Potato

White Rose potatoes are a very unique variety of potato. The skin of the White Rose is so thin it almost seems transparent and it has dense and moist flesh. When cooked, the flesh of the White Rose potato becomes velvety smooth with a delicious, rich flavor.

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Yellow Yukon Gold

The Yellow Yukon Gold has a unique flat, round shape and skin that radiates a lovely yellow color. The dense, buttery flesh of the Yellow Yukon Gold is perfect for mashed potatoes, hash browns, and more. The delectable, rich taste compliments well with savory dishes.

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Brown Onion

Dark skinned hard onion

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California Sweet Onion

California Sweet Onions are large and yellow and hold a subtle sweet flavor. California Sweets are large and crispy but do not have a sharp flavor like other onions. When cooked, the onion grows slightly sweeter, perfect for savory meals.

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Red Onions

Red Onions produce a beautiful shade of red. The stunning hue of the Red onion is perfect for adding some color and character to your meals. The meat of the onion is crisp and juicy and can be added to salads, grilled, cooked, or even eaten raw as a snack.

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Texas 1015 Sweet Onion

The Texas 1015 Sweet Onion is a delicious and juicy onion with a crispy crunch in every bite. With its pungent, saccharine aroma it is hard not resist this sweet onion. The Texas 1015 is considered to be the sweetest of all onion varieties, making them an excellent choice for caramelizing or adding a unique sweet taste to any dish

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White Onion

White onions have pearly white skin, crispy, white flesh, and a distinct pungent aroma. This onion has a fresh onion flavor that packs a sharp bite. White skinned onion

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Yellow Onion

Yellow onions are very popular for their intense flavor that grows sweeter the longer they are cooked. The strong onion flavor of the Yellow onion makes it very popular for dishes such as French Onion soup. The Yellow Onion is the perfect all-purpose onion for adding a sharp burst of flavor to your dishes.

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Availability

 

Packaging

Potatoes -

Potatoes - Bags- 3#, 5#, 10#, 15#, 20# master bags.
RPC-Bulk Sizes
50# Cartons Size A, B , C and Premiumt

Onions -

Bags: 2#, 3#, 5#, 10#, 15#, 20#, master bags.
Sacks: 3# 5# 10# 25# 50#
Cartons: 40#, 50#

Storage & Tips

Potatoes -

Potatoes are best stored in cool dark places with temperatures set at 42 degrees.

Onions -

Onions are best stored in cool and dry places with temperatures of 50 degrees..

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Grapes & Stonefruits

Sales Staff

Manny Aguilar: 213-305-7626

Juan Perez: 213-305-0837

Varieties

Green Seedless Grapes

There are many varieties of Green grapes including Sugraone, Princess, Thompson, and Perlettes. Green grapes are a beautiful light green shade with sweet taste. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, and iron, making them a superb

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Red Seedless Grapes :

The two most popular varieties of Red grapes are Flame and Crimson. Red grapes are a striking deep wine color and have a sweet taste. Just like green grapes, they are a great source of nutrients.

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Black Grapes :

Black grapes are a deep shape of purple and are available in both seeded and seedless varieties. Black grapes are very sweet and have an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, and iron.

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Globe Grapes

Globe grapes have seeds, but also have a great eating quality. Globe Grapes are very sweet and have an excellent source of vitamin C, Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron.

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Yellow Peaches :

Yellow peaches are cultivated through warm temperate and subtropical regions of the world. The flesh of the peach, surrounding the pit, is a beautiful sunny yellow color, with a sweet and juicy taste. Yellow peaches are mostly red with hues of yellow and orange beneath. Peaches are an excellent source of vitamin C making them an excellent a great snack

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White Peaches :

Just like Yellow Peaches, White Peaches are cultivated throughout warm temperate and subtropical regions of the world. The flesh of the peach is white with an extremely sweet and juicy flavor. White peaches have a beautifully rosy pink skin with a light white background.

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Yellow Nectarines :

Nectarines are quite similar to peaches, the main difference being that nectarines have a smooth skin while peaches have slight fuzz to the skin. Yellow nectarines are painted in ravishing shades of red, yellow, and orange with a sweet yellow flesh.

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White Nectarines :

White Nectarines have a flavor that is sweeter than candy and a rich creamy texture that is softer than the yellow varieties.

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Black Plums :

Plums are a hard-pitted fruit with varieties ranging in color from red to green. The deep purple color of the Black plum is the most common plum variety. Plums produce a unique flesh that is juicy and carries a unique sweet-tart taste.

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Red Plums :

A deep red colored plum with a sweet and tart taste.

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Green Plums :

A unique, earthy green plum with a sweet and tart taste.

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Plout/Plumcots :

These varieties are a result of natural cross pollination between plum trees and apricot trees. Crossing these two "parents," results in a wide array of colors, sizes, and flavors. The Pluot is 70% plum and 30% Apricot, the Plumcot is 50% plum and 50% Apricot. Both fruits are much sweeter than Plums and Apricots because their sugar content is significantly higher than that of the standard varieties.

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Prune Plum :

Fresh prunes are usually referred to as Sugar Plums. They are used mainly in processing and sold as dried fruit which has a gives them a wrinkled texture and chewy bite. Fresh Prunes are oval in shape. The Prune Plum is rich and sweet from high extremely high sugar content.

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Availability

Table Grapes -

Domestic and Mexico production begins May and available thru July. Central California (San Joaquin valley) begins in July and available thru December. Imports from Chilean table grapes begin in December and go thru April.
Stone Fruit (Peaches / Nectarines / Plums) - Stone -
Stone fruit is available during the summer months. Limited production of peaches begins in Coachella Valley in Late April. General productions of peaches/nectarines begins in central California in late May and goes thru late September. Plum production begins in June and goes thru October. Imported stonefruit begins mid November and available through early March.
the most common plum variety. Plums produce a unique flesh that is juicy and carries a unique sweet-tart taste.
These varieties are a result of natural cross pollination between plum trees and apricot trees. Crossing these two "parents," results in a wide array of colors, sizes, and flavors. The Pluot is 70% plum and 30% Apricot, the Plumcot is 50% plum and 50% Apricot. Both fruits are much sweeter than Plums and Apricots because their sugar content is significantly higher than that of the standard varieties.

Packaging

Peach/Nectarines Sizes:
34/36, 40/42, 48/50, 54/56, 60/64, 70/72, 80/84
25lb Volume Filled
20-22lb 2-Layer Tray Pack
10lb 1-Single Layer pack
Euro, DRC and RPCs available upon request

Plum Sizes:
20/25, 30/35, 40/45, 50/55, 60/65, 70s, 80s, 90s
Prune Sizes:
70s, 80s, 90s, 100s, 120,s 140, 160s
28lb Volume Filled
Euro cartons, RPCs, DRCs available upon request

Table Grape Pack Styles:
16lb, 18lb, 19lb, 21lb Bags
16lb, 18lb, 20lb Tissue Wraps
21lb Plain Pack
2lb, 3lb, 4lb Clamshell Containers
DRC, RPCs available upon request

Table Grape Pack Styles:
16lb, 18lb, 19lb, 21lb Bags
16lb, 18lb, 20lb Tissue Wraps
21lb Plain Pack
2lb, 3lb, 4lb Clamshell Containers
DRC, RPCs available upon request

Storage & Tips

Peaches, Plums and Nectarines -
Ideal storage temperature 32 - 35 F
Table Grapes -
Recommended temperature at 30 - 32 F, with 90-95% relative humidity

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Citrus

Sales Staff

Jeff Miller: 213-305-0548
Ron Miyamoto: 213-304-5237
Juan Perez: 213-305-0837
Jeremy Vanderpoort: 213-305-7394

Varieties

Valencia

This Easy Peeling piece of fruit gets it's name from the small navel formation on the blossom end. The California navel is virtually seedless with a refreshingly sweet taste.

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Valencia

The Valencia orange is cultivated in other regions but the Florida's climate produce the best piece of fruit. The exterior of the Valencia orange is a sunshine color with some green hues on a thin, slightly pebbled texture. The flesh is bright orange, with a sweet and tangy juice that is perfect for juicing.

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Cara Cara Navel Orange

The Cara Cara navel orange is rich with Vitamin A and fiber. It has a sweet distinctive taste with dark pink flesh and a deep orange exterior.

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Bloods

Blood Oranges are a beautiful variety if citrus with an orange exterior that is easy to peel. The flesh of the orange is a haunting deep burgundy and virtually seedless.

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Satsuma

The Satsuma Mandarin is sometimes inconsistent in its shape but it peels very easily. The Satsuma has very few seeds and an excellent, rich flavor.

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Royal Mandarin

The Royal Mandarin is a cross between a tangerine and an orange that offers a bold, rich flavor protected by a unique rosy exterior.

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Honey Mandarin

The Honey Mandarin is a beautiful bright orange fruit with thin skin. The flesh is juicy and provides excellent flavor.

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Shasta Gold Mandarin

The Shasta Gold Mandarin is a larger piece of fruit with a coarse exterior.

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Golden Nugget Mandarin

The Golden Nugget has a bumpy, easy-to-peel rind that produces a beautiful cast of gold. This seedless mandarin is considered by many to be one of the best tasting varieties.

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Clementine and W.Murcott Mandarin

This variety has a thin exterior with an extremely juicy interior. The fruit is small but packs a lot of flavor in every segment.

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Orlando Tangelos

The Orlando has a lighter orange exterior and is fairly large in size. The flesh of the Orlando is tangy but holds a sweet finish.

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Minneola Tangelos

The Minneola has a round shape with a prominent neck and a deep orange exterior. The Minneola has a bold, rich taste matching its bold, bright skin and is an excellent source of Vitamin C.

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Fairchild Tangerine

The Fairchild variety is a cross between a Clementine Mandarin and an Orlando Tangelo. The skin is thin with a deep orange color, it is somewhat pebbly, and does not peel as easily as other tangerines.

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Honey Tangerine (FL)

The Honey Tangerine has a smooth, yellowish orange, rind that is easy to peel. The meat of the tangerine is a deep orange color and contains some seeds. It has a taste that is sweet like honey and rich in flavor.

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Sunburst Tangerine (FL)

The Sunburst tangerine has a very thin and smooth rind. It is deep reddish orange color and easy to peel. The interior is deep orange and the juice is rich, sweet, and very flavorful. It is virtually seedless.

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Robinson Tangerine (FL)

The sunburst tangerine has a very thin and smooth rind with deep reddish orange color and easy to peel. The interior is deep orange, the juice is rich and sweet, and it is virtually seedless.

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Fallglo Tangerine (FL)

The Fallglo tangerine is bright and juicy with a sweet taste. The fruit contains some seeds and an easy to peel rind that is a dark orange in color when mature.

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Lee Citrus (FL)

Lee citrus is a cross variety between a Clementine and a Tangelo. It has a deep orange rind that is smooth and easy to peel. It may have many seeds but the flesh is refreshing and sweet.

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Hamlin Orange (FL)

The Hamlin orange has a thin, pale orange rind. The flesh is also a pale orange color with a subtle sweet taste and contains some seeds, making it a great orange for juicing.

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FL White Grapefruit

White Grapefruit from Florida is juicier and tangier than other varieties. The rind is slightly thick with a smooth texture and a pale yellow color. The flesh is seedless and is perfect for snacking or juicing.

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CA White Grapefruit

California Grapefruit come in several varieties which vary depending on the time of year. The interior flesh ranges from the traditional Marsh white variety, to the champagne blush of the Ruby, and the deep red tones of the Star Ruby. Its distinctively tart flavor and sweet aftertaste make a wonderful healthy treat.

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CA Red Grapefruit

California Grapefruit come in several varieties which vary throughout the year. The interior flesh ranges from the traditional Marsh white variety, to the champange blush of the Ruby and deep red tones of the Star Ruby. With its distinctively tart flavor, the grapefruit has a satisfyingly sweet aftertaste and packed full of beneficial nutrients

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FL Red Grapefruit

The Florida Red Grapefruit has a smooth yellowish-orange rind. The interior of the FL Red grapefruit is red in color and virtually seedless with a sweet flavor.

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Star Grapefruit

California Grapefruit come in several varieties which vary throughout the year. The interior flesh ranges from the traditional Marsh white variety, to the champange blush of the Ruby and deep red tones of the Star Ruby. With its distinctively tart flavor, the grapefruit has a satisfyingly sweet aftertaste and packed full of beneficial nutrients

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Texas Grapefruit

The Texas Grapefruit is well known for being very sweet and juicy. The variety produced is the Rio Star, which is a combination of a Rio Red and a Star Ruby grapefruit. The skin overall has an orange blush color and beautiful deep red flesh.

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CA Lemons

This highly acidic fruit is the most cold-sensitive of all the citrus and used for a variety of purposes. The skin color can range from pale yellow to a bronze depending on the condition and maturity of the fruit. Lemons are most abundant during the spring and summer months, with the exception of the Meyer lemon which is produces mid-winter.

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Persian Limes

Mexican Persian limes are a deep, earthy green color with slightly protruding ends. This seedless variety tends to have a longer shelf life than the key lime. They are excellent for juicing, adding flavor to sauces and salads, and much more.

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Availability

Most citrus items are available year round. We source our citrus from Florida, Texas, Arizona, California, Mexico, Peru, Chile, New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa. Please call for current availability of each item and to plan your future citrus needs.

Packaging

Oranges -

Standard Carton Count and Sizing - 40,48,56,72,88,113,138,163,180,210
Half Carton Piece count/Box - 20,24,28,30,44,48,68,82,90,105
Bags - , 10/4#, 8/5#, 5/8#

Tangerines - Manderine - Tangelos

Volume Fill ( Approx. 35-37 lbs )
Sizing - 70-80, 85-95, 105-115, 130-150, 180-200, 205-230, 230-250
Sizing: Col. 55-65, Mam. 75-85, JMB. 95-105, LGE. 124-140, MED. 175-195, SML. 205-225
Bag - 12/3#, 10/3#, 15/2# - call for special packaging.

Grapefruit -

Standard Carton Count and Sizing - 23,27,32,36,40,48,56 and 64ct.
Bag - 8/5# - call for special packaging.
Lemons -
Standard Carton volume filled - 63,75,95,115,140,165,and 200ct
Bags - 12/3#, 15/2# - call for special packaging

Limes

Bags - 12/3#, 8/5# , 6/6#, 18/2#
Standard Carton volume filled - 110,150,175,200,230,and 250
Box - 20# and 10# available upon request
Call for the various imported packaging

Storage & Tips

Citrus -

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Cherries & Berries

Sales Staff

Andrew Bivens: 213-305-3704
Troy Le Cheminant: 213-507-1088(Organics)
Manny Aguilar: 213-305-7626
Jeff Sunahara: 213-507-9762
Ivette Radillo: 213-305-0549

Varieties

Dark Sweet Cherries

Dark Sweet Cherries are made up of many varieties; Chelans, Brooks, Lapins, Bing, Tieton, Garnet, Sweet Heart, Sequoia, Vans, Lamberts, and Skeenas. Throughout these varieties the color of Dark Sweet cherries ranges from a lighter red to a much deeper blood red. The flesh of the cherry is reddish-purple with a sugary, crisp bite.

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Rainier

Rainier cherries are extremely sweet with blushed hues of yellow and red covering its sweet pale flesh. Rainier cherries are firm with a heart shape similar to a Bing cherry.

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Strawberry

Strawberries come in several different varieties. The size of the berry ranges from medium to large. They are an intense red color with a delicious sweet flavor.

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Blueberries

There are a multitude of blueberry varieties, they start off green before reaching its dark indigo blue color when ripe. Blueberries tend to be quite sweet and their small size makes them an essential healthy snack.

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Blackberry

Blackberries are the largest of the wild berries and are known for their sweet pungent flavor.

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Raspberry

This tiny, delicate fruit has a sweet taste and luscious aroma

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Availability

Westlake Produce sources berries from all around the globe. Please call for current availability and to plan your future berry programs.

Packaging

Cherries -

Dark Sweets - 16#,18#,24# - Bags and Bulk
Rainier - 15#, 18# - - Bags or Bulk
Strawberries -
8 x 1 lbs. trays
4 x 1 lbs. trays
8 x 1 lbs. trays
2 x 4 lbs. trays
12 x 1 pint baskets trays
Long Stem trays

Berries -

12 x 4.4 oz
12 x 6 oz.
12 x 12 oz
8 x 18 oz.
4 x 2 lbs.
8 x 12 oz.
12 x Pint

Storage & Tips

Cherry-

Cherries are best stored in cold, dry climate.

Berries -

Berries are best stored in cold temperatures of 34 degrees for better shelf life.

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Tropicals & Vegetables

Sales Staff

Tropicals

Jeff Miller: 213-305-0548
Ron Miyamoto: 213-304-5237
Juan Perez: 213-305-0837
Jeremy Vanderpoort: 213-305-7394

Vegetables

Shawn Patrick: 213-305-4150 (Leafy Greens)
Troy Le Cheminant:213-507-1088 (Hot House Bell Peppers) Ron Miyamoto: 213-304-5237

Varieties

Red Mango

Mangoes are grown throughout the world and come in many different varieties. The skin is usually green based with blushed color compliments. Its flesh is a striking yellowish-orange and contains a large pit in the center. When fully ripe, mangoes can range from mild to extremely sweet in taste.

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Green Mango

Mangoes are grown throughout the world and come in many varieties. The skin is usually green based with blush colored compliments and contain a large pit. The flesh is a yellowish-orange when fully ripe and mild to very sweet. Those varieties with fewer fiberous strands have higher sugar content and are sweeter by comparison.

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Ataulfos

Atauflos have a small, flattened oval shape with a very small seed. The flesh is thick and creamy with an extremely sweet taste and a vivid yellow color. Ataulflos are perfect for fruit salad, smoothies, and many other sweet creations.

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Kiwi

The Kiwifruit has a fibrous, brown skin and a luminescent green or golden flesh. The Kiwifruit has a very unique sweet flavor unlike any other fruit.

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Yellow Squash

Yellow Squash can come as either crookneck or straight neck varieties. The flesh the yellow sqush is creamy white and the exterior is a pale yellow.

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Zucchini Squash

With its color and shape the Zucchini Squash can very easily be confused with the cucumber, but do not be fooled, the Zucchini Squash is much different. Zucchini squash can be cooked many different ways in varieties of dishes. From Zucchini pasta to Zucchini fries, it is an essential vegetable in the kitchen.

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Green Beans

Green beans average about four inches in size, they are long and thin with points at either end and produce a deep emerald green color. Within each thin pod there are tiny, edible seeds.

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Hot House Red Bell Peppers

Hot House Bell peppers are crisp and sweet. Hot House Red Bell Peppers radiate a bold and bright red color off their thin, glossy skin. This particular variety tends to be much sweeter than other varieties, with less of an overbearing after bite. They are great for a wide range of recipes including stuffing, baking, or even eating raw as a snack!

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Hot House Red Yellow Peppers

Hot House Bell peppers are crisp and sweet. Hot House Red Yellow Bell Peppers have smooth, glossy skin that is a truly eye-catching sunshine yellow. This particular variety tends to be much sweeter than other varieties, with less of an overbearing after bite. They are great for a wide range of recipes including stuffing, baking, or even eating raw as a snack!

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Hot House Red Orange Peppers

Hot House Bell peppers are crisp and sweet. Hot House Red Orange Bell Peppers are a vivid orange and have smooth, glossy skin. This particular variety tends to be much sweeter than other varieties, with less of an overbearing after bite. They are great for a wide range of recipes including stuffing, baking, or even eating raw as a snack.

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Availability

Please see availability calendar above to each item. Call for current growing area's of each variety.

Packaging

Mangoes -

9.5# carton- 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14 counts (Red/Green varieties)
9.5# carton- 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 counts (Yellow variety)

Kiwi -

20 x 1lb Poly bags
Single Layer 8lbs (New Zealand)
Single Layer 7 1/2 lb (California)
3 Tri-Layer or count filled box
9kg Volume Filled Carton

Yellow Squash-

Straight neck in 1/2 bu boxes, Fancy & Medium sizes
Crookneck in 3/4 bu boxes, Fancy & Medium sizes
Zucchini Squash-
Packed in 1/2 bu boxes, Fancy & Medium sizes
Green Beans-
Packed in 1-1/9 wire bound crat
Bell Peppers -
11# Box

Storage & Tips

Mangoes-

Keep unripe mangos at room temperature. Never refrigerate mangos before they are ripe. Mangos will continue to ripen at room temperature, becoming sweeter and softer over several days. To speed up ripening, place mangos in a paper bag at room temperature. Once ripe, mangos should be moved to the refrigerator, which will slow down the ripening process. Whole, ripe mangos may be stored for up to five days in the refrigerator.

Kiwi -

Recommended Temperature is 32F.

Yellow Squash -

All Squash is best stored in cool temperatures for best shelf life.

Zucchini Sqush -

All Squash is best stored in cool temperatures for best shelf life.

Green Beans-

All beans are best stored in cool temperatures for best shelf life.

Bell Peppers -

Bell Peppers are best stored in low 50 degree temperatures.

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Latin Items

Sales Staff

Phil Lopez : 213-453-3166
Sonia Cortez: 562-587-3316

Varieties

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HUNGARIAN PEPPER

The Hungarian Wax Pepper, originated in Hungary. Also known as the Hot Wax Pepper, it is easily confused with similar- to the banana wax pepper but much hotter. Hungarian Pepper is harvested before completely maturity when it is still yellow, 8 inches long and 2 inches thick. The skin of these peppers is waxy and even crunchy, but completely edible. They have a thick flesh. 5,000-15,000 Scoville

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CARIBE (YELLOW PEPPER)

yellow, intensely hot chile. Also known as the yellow hot chile and the guero chile. Approximately 5 inches long and ripen from greenish-yellow, to orange-yellow to red. The flavor ranges from mild to moderate, although some can be hot, but not compared to something more traditional like the jalapeno pepper. 500 - 700 Scovilles.

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JALAPEÑO PEPPER

Named after Jalapa, capital of Veracruz, Mexico. Smooth, dark green to scarlet red when ripe. Range from hot to very hot. Range from hot to very hot. Has rounded tip and are about 2 inches long and 0.75 to 1 inch in diameter. Popular because they are easily seeded and available fresh and canned. The world's most popular chili pepper! Harvested when they are green or red if allowed to ripen, allowed to ripen, about 4-6 inches long. 2,500 - 8,000 Scovilles

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ANAHEIM PEPPER

Named after the California city, usually medium green in color and has a long, narrow shape. A mild, medium sized chili pepper that grows to 6-10 inches, often used when green, Used as stuffed peppers or in salsas. 500 - 1000 Scovilles

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POBLANO (PASILLA) PEPPER

Poblanos originated in Puebla, Mexico, and one of the most popular peppers grown there. The pods are 3-6 inches long and 2-3 inches wide. Rich flavor from mild to snappy. Ripe poblanos turn a reddish brown color and are sweeter than the green. Best known as the chile of choice for chiles rellenos. 1,000 - 2,000 Scovilles

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RED FRESNO PEPPER

The Fresno pepper looks short and cone shaped, almost like a jalapeno but they can be much hotter. Fresno peppers change from green to red as they grow, and increase in hotness, but they are often harvested and sold as green. They grow to about 2-3 inches in length and have a diameter of about one inch. Ranges from light green to bright red when fully mature. Fresno is best used in small amounts as a seasoning. 2,500-10,000 Scovilles

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HABANERO PEPPER

This pepper is named after the Cuban city of La Habana, known here as Havana, distinctly flavored, extremely hot and small and lantern shaped. Ranges from light green to bright orange when ripe. Its size ranges from 1 to 2 1/2 inches in length and from 1 to 2 inches in diameter, and its shape, like that of the Scotch bonnet, Both types of pepper also typically have flesh that is thin and waxy. The habanero pepper, with its terrific heat, its hint-of-citrus flavor and its flowery aroma has once again become a well-loved ingredient in many preparations including hot sauces and other spicy foods. 100,000 - 350,000 Scovilles originally. 80,000 - 600,000 Scovilles is the new range

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MANZANO PEPPER (APPLE CHILE)

MANZANO PEPPER (APPLE CHILE) - the manzano is shaped like a golf ball-sized apple.It matures from green to a vibrant yellowish-orange. A rare fruity medium-hot pepper. It’s surprisingly sweet for this level of the pepper scale. The sweetness and thick walls make this chili an excellent salsa pepper. 12,000 to 30,000 Scoville heat units.

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SERRANO PEPPER

SERRANO PEPPER - The serrano pepper originated in the Mexican states of Puebla and Hidalgo. The serrano chili pepper is a smaller version of the jalapeno pepper, similar in color, but smaller, about 1 to 4 inches long on average and 1/2 inch wide. They generally grow between 1 - 4 inches long and about 1/2 inch wide though they have been known to grow longer. Has very hot, savory flavor. As it matures, it turns from smooth, bright green skin turns to scarlet red, then yellow. They are considered to be one of the more flavorful hot peppers on the market in general, which is part of what makes them so popular.5,000 - 23,000 Scovilles

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JICAMA

JICAMA - a pale brown turnip with crisp sweet flesh, originating in Mexico. But unlike yams with their edible peels, jicama skin is thick, tough, and not just unappealing but considered an organic toxin called rotenone, as are the vines and leaves. Jicama contains important vitamins like folates, riboflavin, pyridoxine, pantothenic acid, and thiamin, and the minerals magnesium, copper, iron, and manganese.

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SQUASH CHAYOTE

SQUASH CHAYOTE - is a pear-shaped, light green vegetable. It has a crunchy texture and a mild and sweet flavor. Furthermore, chayote is a rich source of diatery fiber, iron, antioxidants, manganese, phosphorus, zinc, potassium, copper and vitamins B1, B2, B6 and C.

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PAPAYA MARIDOL

PAPAYA MARIDOL - Also known as the Papaw, Pawpaw, and Tree melon. The flesh may be yellow, orange or pink. It is juicy, sweetish and somewhat like a cantaloupe in flavor, although musky in some types.

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