Tender, juicy, and tasty. Manila mango has a velvety buttery texture and is really sweet.
The sweet and rich Kent mango is largely produced in Mexico, Ecuador and Peru. Peak availability is January, February, June to Aug, and December.
Kumquats, a specialty produce, are said to be native to the southeastern parts of China. They are rich in nutrients such as antioxidant vitamins (A, C and E).
Large greenish skinned Asian type with white soft flesh and few seeds. Thai Guavas are sweet when ripe.
Here at Pete’s you can find hard-to-find fruits such as Lychee. This tiny fruit is soft and pulpy, white or pink in color, and the size is usually about 2 inches in height and width.
Native to Mexico, but Dragon Fruit is now grown across Latin America and in Asia. The texture can be compared that to of a kiwifruit. Though it is similar in texture to a kiwifruit, the taste is not as sweet. It is rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, fatty acids, and several B vitamins.