• Long Squash

    $1.00 each
    Long squash or "Bottle Gourd" is often considered to be of African decent but it is also common in Europe and Asia. The long squash is very similar to zucchini and it is grown in warm climates. The outer skin can go from yellow to green while the inner flesh is firm textured, white in color and contains seeds Origin: Dominican Republic, Honduras, USA Availability: Year-Round    
  • Malanga Coco

    $4.49 each
    Malanga Coco is similar to a yam in appearance and a potato in flavor. This root is commonly used in tropical countries. Malanga is also similar to Taro in texture and appearance but has a woodsy taste with a hint of black walnut. Origin: Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua Availability: Year-Round
  • Sugar Cane

    $2.69 each
    12- 14 in It's greenish-yellow bark encases its flesh. The pulp, itself, is yellow in color and extremely fibrous. Sugar cane can be chewed to extract the juice. Origin: USA Availability: Year-Round
  • Boniato

    $2.49 each
    The Boniato (also called Batata) may be pink, purple, cream, or red. However, its flesh is dry, white, and smooth in texture. It can be baked or roasted and can be served whole or mashed just like a regular baked potato. Origin: USA Availability: Year-Round
  • Papaya Solo

    $1.89 each
    The Papaya solo is a melon like fruit with a thin skin ranging from green to orange enclosing a yellow-orange flesh. Papayas are a good source of vitamin A and C. The Papaya Solo enzyme is called Papain and it is used to break down tough meat fibers. Origin: Brazil Availability: Year-Round
  • 16 oz Bag Soursops grow on evergreen trees that reach up to 9 meters tall with large, glossy, green leaves. The fruit are irregularly shaped ranging from oval to heart or kidney-shaped and are covered in small spiny protrusions. Origin: Colombia Availability: Year-Round
  • Golden Berries

    $2.59 /Clamshell
    6 oz Goldenberries, more commonly known as Rasbhari in India, is a small orange berry fruit. The healing properties that are attributed to Goldenberries, validate the therapeutic use it is given. In some countries, infusion with the leaves and the juice of the fruit is used for treating asthma, cancer, malaria, rheumatism, or skin diseases such as dermatitis. Origin: Colombia Availability: Year Round
  • Rambutan

    $2.99 /bag
    9 0z Rambutan is brownish seed is about two to three cm in size and is basally scarred. It is soft and crunchy. Although the raw seeds are poisonous, they may be eaten after cooking. Origin: Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico Availability: May – February
  • Ginger

    $1.19$1.99 each
    Ginger is the underground root of the ginger plant. It has a firm, striated texture. Its flesh may be yellow, white or red in color and its skin may be thick or thin depending on the plant’s harvesting time. Origin: Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru, China Availability: Year-Round  
    • Parvol (8 oz)
    • Thai Chili Red (8 oz)
    • Ginger (3)
    • Papaya Green (1)
    • Turmeric (8 oz)
    • Thai Eggplant (8 oz)
    • Sweet Limes 2
    1-2 People *Fruits & veggies are subject to change, but the product list above is representative of what our customers will receive this week!
  • Pumpkin (Arjuna)

    $2.19 /two pounds
    Arjuna Pumpkin is suitable for harvesting either immature green or fully mature red-brown fruit depending on what the market requires. It has proven to be an extremely high yielder with well-developed plants producing three to four fruits. Its flesh is firm, sticky, yellowish orange in color, and tastes excellent. Origin: Dominican Republic, Honduras Availability: November – March  
  • Asparagus Green

    $4.19 /bunch
    1 pound Asparagus are green stalks, tender at the tip and somewhat woody at the end. Considered a delicacy since ancient times. Most importantly, it has an antioxidant which prevents certain cancers and diseases. Origin: Chile, Peru, Mexico, USA Availability: Year-Round

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