No Need to Pucker Up for Florida Marsh White Grapefruit

If you pucker up when you hear the word “grapefruit,” you haven’t tried Florida Marsh White grapefruit. Sweet and mild with just the right touch of tang, Florida Marsh White grapefruit have a delightfully refreshing taste guaranteed to wake up your taste buds and put a smile on your face.

Grapefruit’s tart, mouth-puckering reputation harkens back to the pummelos brought from the West Indies to the Caribbean during early sea voyages. Full of seeds and tart as lemons, pummelos did not make good eating. But a spontaneous cross between a pummelo and a sweet orange changed citrus history. With careful cultivation, Florida growers eventually produced the sweet, seedless Florida Marsh White grapefruit we love today.

There’s no better way to start your day than with a glass of fresh-squeezed Florida grapefruit, a handful of juicy Florida grapefruit sections or half a delicious Florida Marsh White grapefruit. A beautiful golden color inside and out, Florida Marsh White grapefruit are packed with vitamin C. Just half of a Florida grapefruit provides 78% of the daily recommended amount of vitamin C. Sweet, juicy Florida grapefruit are also rich in potassium, folic acid, vitamin A, calcium and fiber. Containing no fat, cholesterol or sodium, Florida grapefruit are an excellent choice for people following low-fat, low-cholesterol or low-sodium diets.

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