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Red Custard Apple scientifically known as Annona Reticulata, is believed to have originated in South America. Our Red Custard apples are locally sourced here in south Florida. The fruit can vary in shape from heart-shaped to oblong or irregular. Once ripe the skin appears to be brown and red and is soft enough to indent a finger into. The flesh is thick and creamy with Custard like pulp that may vary in color from pink, white or red. It tastes sweet and has subtle flavors of raspberry.
Red Custard Apple is rich in vitamin C and A and is an antioxidant powerhouse.
Fun fact: Red Custard apple is a part of the Annona family making it a relative to the soursop, sugar apple and cherimoya.
*Small Box contains approximately 5-7 pounds *
*Medium Box contains approximately 8-10 pounds *
*Large Box contains approximately 14-16 pounds*
*Due to strict agricultural stipulations, this item doesn't ship to California*
-Being that fruit comes in all different sizes and weight, we aim to pack our boxes to maximum capacity
-When you place an order please be aware of delivery times to receive your box, as fruit will ripen quickly in the outdoor heat.
-WE SHIP OUT ORDERS ON MONDAY - WEDNESDAY FOR ORDERS PLACED THE WEEK BEFORE
This will arrive hard and unripe and may also arrive ripe. When ripe it will become softer and when cut open have a creamy texture.
Once the fruit has arrived, in the case that there are any damages to the fruit or the fruit is inedible, please notify us within 24 hours via email with a picture of the fruit email@example.com. Due to the perishability of tropical fruit we are not able to refund after the 24 hour period.
Please bear with us as due to the pandemic our response times are slightly exaggerated. We are doing our best to respond to each email as quickly as possible. We aim to provide the best quality of fruit and service to our customers. Thank you for your support.
Tropical Fruit ripens best in warm temperatures. If you have received fruit that has not ripened and you wish to speed up the ripening process, we recommend to either put your fruit in paper bags or wrapped in a kitchen towel and placed in a dry, warm area. Alternatively, you may also place your fruit outside in the sun (in an area mindful of bugs) which will also speed up the ripening process.