Pucker Up for National Grapefruit Month

February gives you more than one reason to pucker up. Valentine’s Day, of course; but February is also National Grapefruit Month. Loved for its puckery tang, Florida grapefruit is the bold member of the Florida citrus family tree, but it has a sweet side too!

Grapefruit has an undeserved reputation for mouth-puckering tartness that is only true of highly-acidic grapefruitĀ varieties, not those sold by FloridaOrange.com. High acid content gives grapefruit, lemons and limes their tart taste. Some people like a fruit with kick, but most of us prefer to mix a little sweetness with our pucker. That’s why Florida grapefruit have been crossbred to create varieties that are deliciously sweet but still retain that desirable tangy zing.

  • Florida Marsh White grapefruit have a sweet, mild flavor with just a hint of tang to wake up your taste buds. The perfect breakfast food, Florida Marsh White grapefruit are exceptionally sweet and juicy, making them an excellent choice for both whole eating and juicing.
  • Florida Ruby Red grapefruit have a naturally sweet flavor that will have you wondering if you’re actually eating a grapefruit. Their juicy, blush-red flesh makes Florida Ruby Red grapefruit a colorful and tasty addition to salads and salsas.

Packed with vitamin C, B vitamins, folate, fiber and antioxidants, eating half a Florida grapefruit or drinking a glass of fresh-squeezed Florida grapefruit juice is a healthy way to start the day. Celebrate National Grapefruit Month by ordering delicious, sweet Florida grapefruit from FloridaOrange.com today.

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