Plump flesh and fragrant rind make these lemons excellent for juicing and desserts. High in vitamin C. To get the most juice out of a lemon, make sure it's at room temperature and firmly roll it along a tabletop, to break down some of the fibers, before squeezing.
Tart & refreshing
Unit：4pcs (450-500 g)
Small citrus fruits, also known as Chinese oranges, with relatively dry, tartly flavored flesh and sweeter skin – a contrast that makes them work well in both sweet and savory recipes. While skin, flesh and pips are all edible, discard the latter pips if you prefer. Rich in vitamin C and a good source of fiber.
Tart flesh, sweet skin
Pre-washed and ready to use, whole frozen cranberries are great for baking, preserves or relishes, and ice-cream. Packed with vitamin C and full of flavor, add a delicious fruity twist to festive dishes and boost your immune system at the same time. Product arrives frozen.
Full of vitamin C
Exuberantly colorful fruit with a mildly sweet flavor. Remove the thin outer skin and eat the kiwi-like inner flesh, which is speckled with tiny black seeds that have a mildly nutty flavor. High in vitamin C, antioxidants and dietary fiber, low in cholesterol, enjoy in fruit salads and shakes. Free from harmful chemicals and GMOs.
Unit：2 pcs (800-900 g)
Refreshingly juicy, tropically sweet Pineapples are an excellent source of vitamin C – a one cup serving provides you with your recommended daily amount – and a good source of fiber. Pineapples are also the only known natural source of bromelain, an enzyme with significant anti-inflammatory properties.
Unit：1 pc (1.2-1.6 kg)
Subtly sweet honey melon grown in tropical Hainan – China's smallest and most southern province – with juicy, yellow green flesh that's rich in vitamins A, B and C
A taste of the tropics
Unit：1 pc(＞1.1 kg)